Trump’s daughter and son-in-law subpoenaed to testify about Capitol storm

Trump's daughter and son-in-law subpoenaed to testify about Capitol storm

Former President Donald Trump’s daughter and son-in-law both worked for him in the White House during his presidency. As a consultant, Kushner handled, among other things, international relations. Ivanka Trump also worked as a consultant with a focus on education.

Smith was appointed last November to take charge of two Trump-related investigations. The first investigation involved keeping classified documents at Trump’s Florida home after he left the White House. Last year, the FBI discovered thousands of documents Trump was supposed to hand over to the National Archives immediately after his term ended, and which he briefly denied.

The second trial examines attempts to declare the results of the 2020 presidential election null and void. Trump is still adamant that he was the legitimate winner of that election. On January 6, 2021, Joe Biden’s supporters attempted to prevent Congress from recognizing his victory, and, encouraged by Trump, occupied the Capitol. Many people lost their lives due to this.

Ivanka Trump was in the Oval Office on the day of the storm when Trump called then-Vice President Mike Pence and asked him to block or delay the approval of the election results. Pence disagreed. Smith also invited Benz. He said that he opposes this.

Both Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner previously testified before a congressional committee investigating the attack on the Capitol. The results of that investigation were recently released and pointed to Donald Trump being responsible for the storm.

A grand jury will determine whether there is sufficient cause to indict Trump based on the testimony and evidence. After that the special prosecutor can proceed with the case. The former president wants to run for president again in 2024. His daughter and Kushner have not yet been involved in his re-election campaign.

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