The committee legislature investigating the assault on the Capitol extended This Friday for a week the deadline given to former President Donald Trump to comply with a subpoena to hand over documents.
The panel informed on Friday that he has received correspondence from the Republican's legal team about the subpoena and gave Trump one more week, until November 14, to deliver the documents.
“We have informed Trump's legal team that they must start producing the files no later than next week,” Trump wrote. the Committee 6th of January in a tweet.
This Friday was the deadline that the committee set. had set for the former president to deliver the information
In mid-October, the bipartisan panel issued The subpoena, which also requires Trump to testify before Congress by November 14.
The committee The legislature, which has been investigating the events of January 6 for more than a year, voted in favor of subpoenaing Trump after holding his ninth public hearing.
During the session, lawmakers presented evidence, including testimony and emails, to show that the former president rejected the appeal. He premeditated the results of the November 4, 2020 elections, where he was defeated by Democrat Joe Biden.
"Trump had a premeditated plan to declare that the elections were fraudulent and stolen even before knowing the results" Republican congresswoman Liz Cheney said during the public hearing in Washington.
On January 6, 2021, some 10,000 people, most of them Trump supporters, demonstrated in front of the Capitol and About 800 stormed the building as Biden's electoral victory was ratified. There were five deaths and some 140 officers injured.