Attorneys for Donald Trump have accepted service of the subpoena issued to the previous president by the Home committee investigating the Jan. 6 riot, a supply accustomed to the deliberations confirmed to NBC Information.
Politico was first to report the acceptance of the subpoena.
NBC Information has reached out to a spokesperson for the Home Jan. 6 committee, a spokesperson for Trump and a consultant of the Dhillon Regulation Group, which represents Trump, for remark.
The panel voted unanimously to subpoena Trump to testify on the finish of its newest listening to earlier this month. The subpoena requires the previous president to testify both on the Capitol or by videoconference at 10 a.m. ET on Nov. 14 — after the midterm elections.
Trump was additionally given a deadline of Nov. 4 to show over paperwork to the committee, together with any potential communications he had relating to extremist teams that performed a job within the Capitol riot and any makes an attempt prior to now yr to contact witnesses testifying earlier than the committee.
David A. Warrington, of the Dhillon Regulation Group, beforehand confirmed in an announcement to NBC Information that the agency had been retained to cope with this matter on behalf of Trump and criticized the committee for “as soon as once more, flouting norms and applicable and customary course of” by publicly releasing a replica of its subpoena.