J6 Commission Issues Trump New Ultimatum – Latest News Update

Donald Trump and his lawyers turned their noses at the… US House Select Committee on January 6th Attack‘s lawful summons ordering him to submit the requested documents before 10 a.m. Friday morning. Trump and his team were originally given two weeks to comply, but the Friday morning 10 a.m. ET deadline came and went without a whisper from the former president.

Nearly ten hours after the deadline, the select committee announced that they have “received correspondence from the former president and his counsel regarding the commission’s subpoena.”

They effectively give him a one-week delay.

“We have informed Trump’s counsel that he must begin producing records by next week and he will continue to be subpoenaed to testify as of Nov. 14,” the commission wrote.

The subpoena against Trump also requires him to testify in person on Nov. 14. As the NCRM first noted, that’s also the day Trump reportedly chose to announce his third run for the presidency.

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