January 6 committee withdraws Trump subpoena: ‘They knew I did nothing fallacious’

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A particular committee on Wednesday, Jan. 6, determined to withdraw former President Trump’s subpoena to finish its work.

In line with Rep. Benny Thompson (D-MS), chairman of the committee, Trump’s testimony was not obligatory.

“Given the upcoming conclusion of the investigation, the duty power can not pursue the precise data topic to the subpoena,” Thompson mentioned in a letter to Trump’s attorneys.

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“Subsequently, by way of this letter, I hereby formally withdraw the subpoena served on former President Trump and inform him that I’ll not be obligated to adjust to or make information in response to such subpoena. “

Former US President Donald J. Trump at a rally in Arizona.

Former US President Donald J. Trump at a rally in Arizona.
(Brandon Bell)

Trump shared the next message on his social media platforms.

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“I’ve been knowledgeable that the Non-Choose Committee of Political Thugs has withdrawn my subpoena relating to the Jan. 6 protests of the crooked 2020 presidential election. Participation might have influenced their selections.

Former President Donald Trump said he exercised his Fifth Amendment rights on the advice of his lawyers during depositions as part of New York Attorney General Letitia James' civil investigation.

Former President Donald Trump mentioned he exercised his Fifth Modification rights on the recommendation of his attorneys throughout depositions as a part of New York Lawyer Common Letitia James’ civil investigation.
(Alex Brandon)


Trump was initially subpoenaed in October by the fee to provide testimony and paperwork associated to the Jan. 6, 2021 protests on the Capitol.

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