Trump's sons and scores of others receive document requests from House committee

Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee investigating President Trump over allegations of obstruction of justice, corruption and abuse of power issued document requests Monday to his two eldest sons, Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump, as well as to his son-in-law, Jared Kushner.

The document requests sent to Trump’s kin are among 81 subpoenas issued by the House panel. Rep. Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., chairman of the Judiciary Committee, announced the request for documents Monday and gave the recipients two weeks to comply with the request.

“Over the last several years, President Trump has evaded accountability for his near-daily attacks on our basic legal, ethical and constitutional rules and norms,” Nadler said in a statement. “Investigating these threats to the rule of law is an obligation of Congress and a a core function of the House Judiciary Committee.”

Donald Trump Jr., Eric Trump and Jared Kushner. (Yahoo News photo illustration; photos: AP)

Some of the other recipients are well-known names, including American Media Inc., the owner of the National Enquirer, and its CEO, David Pecker; former White House counsel Don McGahn; Trump’s 2020 campaign chief Brad Parscale; former Attorney General Jeff Sessions; and Trump advisers and former associates including Hope Hicks, Corey Lewandowski and Sam Nunberg. Julian Assange of Wikileaks is on the list, as well as Trump Organization chief financial officer Allen Weisselberg, convicted former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and the recently indicted Roger Stone.

Others are relatively unknown to the public. Here is the full list of who received a document request on Monday:

  1. 1. Alan Garten – general counsel for the Trump Organization

    2. Alexander Nix — former chief of Cambridge Analytica

    3. Allen Weisselberg — chief financial officer for the Trump Organization

    4. American Media Inc

    5. Anatoli Samochornov — translator who attended June 2016 Trump Tower meeting

    6. Andrew Intrater — head of investment company Columbus Nova

    7. Annie Donaldson — former deputy White House counsel

    8. Brad Parscale

    9. Brittany Kaiser — former Cambridge Analytica executive

    10. Cambridge Analytica

    11. Carter Page

    12. Columbus Nova

    13. Concord Management and Consulting

    14. Corey Lewandowski

    15. David Pecker

    16. Department of Justice

    17. Don McGahn

    18. Donald J Trump Revocable Trust

    19. Donald Trump Jr.

    20. Dylan Howard — vice president American Media Inc.

    21. Eric Trump

    22. Erik Prince

    23. Federal Bureau of Investigation

    24. Felix Sater

    25. Flynn Intel Group

    26. General Services Administration

    27. George Nader — Lebanese-American businessman

    28. George Papadopoulos

    29. Hope Hicks

    30. Irakly Kaveladze — Attended 2016 Trump Tower meeting

    31. Jared Kushner

    32. Jason Maloni — former Paul Manafort spokesman

    33. Jay Sekulow

    34. Jeff Sessions

    35. Jerome Corsi

    36. John Szobocsan — associate of Peter Smith

    37. Julian Assange

    38. Julian David Wheatland — CEO, Cambridge Analytica

    39. Keith Davidson — former lawyer for Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal

    40. KT McFarland

    41. Mark Corallo — former spokesman for Trump legal team

    42. Matt Tait

    43. Matthew Calamari — longtime bodyguard to Trump

    44. Michael Caputo

    45. Michael Cohen

    46. Michael Flynn

    47. Michael Flynn Jr

    48. Paul Erickson — Republican operative and boyfriend to Maria Butina

    49. Paul Manafort

    50. Peter Smith (Estate)

    51. Randy Credico

    52. Reince Priebus

    53. Rhona Graff — Executive assistant to Trump

    54. Rinat Akhmetshin — Russian-American lobbyist who attended June 2016 Trump Tower meeting

    55. Rob Goldstone

    56. Roger Stone

    57. Ronald Lieberman

    58. Sam Nunberg

    59. SCL Group Limited — parent company of Cambridge Analytica

    60. Sean Spicer

    61. Sheri Dillon — tax attorney for Trump

    62. Stefan Passantino — former White House deputy counsel

    63. Steve Bannon

    64. Ted Malloch — London-based academic with ties to Nigel Farage

    65. The White House

    66. Trump Campaign

    67. Trump Foundation

    68. Trump Organization

    69. Trump Transition

    70. Viktor Vekselberg — Russian businessman

    71. Wikileaks

    72. 58th Presidential Inaugural Committee

    73. Christopher Bancroft Burnham — businessman with ties to Russia

    74. Frontier Services Group — Africa-focused security company run by Erik Prince

    75. J.D. Gordon — National security adviser to Trump

    76. Kushner Companies

    77. NRA

    78. Rick Gates

    79. Tom Barrack

    80. Tom Bossert — former Homeland Security adviser

    81.Tony Fabrizio — Republican pollster

Asked Monday whether he would cooperate with the Judiciary Committee document requests to the White House, his presidential campaign and businesses, the president replied: “I cooperate all the time with everybody.”

Having retaken control of the House of Representatives following the 2018 midterm elections, Democrats have shown little hesitation about exercising their oversight role. Last week, the new chairman of the House Oversight Committee, Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., marked the opening of testimony by Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen with a rebuke for the Republicans who once controlled it.

“Ladies and gentlemen, the days of this committee protecting the president at all costs are over,” Cummings said.

With Democrats now able to subpoena records and testimony from Trump’s family members and business associates, the president has done his best to portray the investigations as partisan overreach.


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