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Dan Scavino:

Dan Scavino:

Dan Scavino

“Trump 2020 is all about creating a movement that is dedicated to doing the right thing. That’s why we came together to form a new non-profit called National Unity in 2020”.

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The Trump White House deputy chief of staff Dan Scavino has a deadline next Thursday to respond to the House Select Committee's subpoena for documents related to January 6 and has another deadline the following week to testify -- but his attorney Stanley Brand says he's not ready to cooperate.The new details about Scavino's House subpoena emerge as committee members from both parties attempt to play hardball to entice witnesses to testify about January 6 and former President Donald Trump, and give new hints as to how that push may become bogged down in legal strategy. Scavino retained Brand to help him respond to the House investigation a few days ago, and on Tuesday his legal team called the committee on a main phone line. Brand heard back Wednesday afternoon, with the committee giving Scavino additional time to respond to his subpoenas, according to the lawyer and a source familiar with the committee's deliberations. The House Committee is moving forward to hold Trump ally Steve Bannon, who didn't work in the government on January 6, in criminal contempt and plans to ask the Justice Department to prosecute him. Committee members have made similar threats of contempt prosecutions toward Scavino and others they've subpoenaed.

Mirroring his administration’s fitful efforts to combat the virus outside its walls, testing within the White House was viewed by some who worked there as ineffective. Some aides believed the White House didn't do enough to take basic safety precautions and wondered whether the public would be kept in the dark about any outbreak inside its walls. The Trump White House deputy chief of staff Dan Scavino, seen here at the 2020 Republican National Convention, has a deadline of October 21 to respond to the House Select Committee's subpoena for documents related to January 6 and has another deadline the following week to testify. (Provided Photo/RNC via CNN) .The new details about Scavino’s House subpoena emerge as committee members from both parties attempt to play hardball to entice witnesses to testify about January 6 and former President Donald Trump, and give new hints as to how that push may become bogged down in legal strategy.White House deputy press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders fired back at reporters questioning President Donald Trump’s tweet about MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” co-host Mika Brzezinski on June 29, 2017. She said the president was fighting back against the media, adding that, “the only person I see a war on is this president and everybody that works for him.” (Source: www.nbcnewyork.com)

 

 

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