New York Attorney General Letitia James recently issued subpoenas for former President Trump and his two eldest children in connection with a civil investigation into the family’s business practices.
"No one in this country can pick and choose if and how the law applies to them," tweeted New York Attorney General Letitia James on Tuesday night.
The move represents another escalation in the attorney general's investigation of Trump's business practices.
The select committee formed to investigate the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riot sent out a fresh batch of subpoenas Tuesday.
It's not just the former president: Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump Jr. are also facing subpoenas from New York's attorney general.
The New York attorney general's office has subpoenaed two of former President Donald Trump's children for testimony as part of its civil investigation into whether the Trump Organization manipulated the values of its properties.
Donald Trump's two eldest children have refused to comply with subpoenas issued by the New York attorney general's office in a fraud investigation of their family-owned business.
The subpoenas stem from an ongoing civil investigation into the Trump family's business practices. The former president has also been subpoenaed, and is now suing the attorney general.
The select committee’s chairman hopes the new subpoena recipients will ‘join the more than 340 individuals who have spoken with the Select Committee as we push ahead to investigate this attack on our democracy and ensure nothing like this ever happens again’
Subpoenas unsealed in a court filing Monday relate to a civil probe of Trump Organization’s business practices.
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