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House Dems demand docs from 81 people, orgs in Trump inner circle

U.S. President Donald Trump at the White House on Sept. 5, 2018 in Washington, D.C. (Olivier Douliery/Abaca Press/TNS)
March 04, 2019

The House Judiciary Committee on Monday announced it has requested documents from 81 individuals, agencies or entities – many among President Donald Trump’s inner circle – as part of a broad investigation into the President and any potential Constitutional abuses or corruption.

The Democratic-led committee has requested documents from two of the President’s sons, Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump; his son-in-law Jared Kushner; as well as the White House, Department of Justice, FBI, Wikileaks and many others.

The requests are said to help to committee probe three different topics, according to Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler: “Obstruction of justice, including the potential interference by the President into criminal investigations; public corruption, including violations of the emoluments clause; and abuses of power, including attacks on the free press, the judiciary and law enforcement agencies,” NBC reported.

“We have sent these document requests in order to begin building the public record,” Nadler said. “We will act quickly to gather this information, assess the evidence, and follow the facts where they lead with full transparency with the American people.”

There is a deadline of two weeks to submit requested documents.

Others named in the list include several Trump organizations, such as the Trump Campaign, Trump Foundation, Trump Organization, 58th Presidential Inaugural Committee and Trump Transition.

Government agencies on the list include the Department of Justice and the FBI. Wikileaks and its founder, Julian Assange, are also named.

There are several former Trump officials on the list, including former White House Communications Director Hope Hicks, former Attorney General Jeff Sessions, former Trump attorney Michael Cohen, former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort, former White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus, former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer and former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon.

Here is the complete list in alphabetical order:

1. Alan Garten
2. Alexander Nix
3. Allen Weisselberg
4. American Media Inc.
5. Anatoli Samochornov
6. Andrew Intrater
7. Annie Donaldson
8. Brad Parscale
9. Brittany Kaiser
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
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
28. George Papadopoulos
29. Hope Hicks
30. Irakly Kaveladze
31. Jared Kushner
32. Jason Maloni
33. Jay Sekulow
34. Jeff Sessions
35. Jerome Corsi
36. John Szobocsan
37. Julian Assange
38. Julian David Wheatland
39. Keith Davidson
40. KT McFarland
41. Mark Corallo
42. Matt Tait
43. Matthew Calamari
44. Michael Caputo
45. Michael Cohen
46. Michael Flynn
47. Michael Flynn Jr.
48. Paul Erickson
49. Paul Manafort
50. Peter Smith (Estate)
51. Randy Credico
52. Reince Priebus
53. Rhona Graff
54. Rinat Akhmetshin
55. Rob Goldstone
56. Roger Stone
57. Ronald Lieberman
58. Sam Nunberg
59. SCL Group Limited
60. Sean Spicer
61. Sheri Dillon
62. Stefan Passantino
63. Steve Bannon
64. Ted Malloch
65. The White House
66. Trump Campaign
67. Trump Foundation
68. Trump Organization
69. Trump Transition
70. Viktor Vekselberg
71. Wikileaks
72. 58th Presidential Inaugural Committee
73. Christopher Bancroft Burnham
74. Frontier Services Group
75. J.D. Gordon
76. Kushner Companies
77. NRA
78. Rick Gates
79. Tom Barrack
80. Tom Bossert
81. Tony Fabrizio

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said the House Judiciary Committee’s letter was received, and that “the Counsel’s Office and releveant White House officials will review it and respond at the appropriate time.”

The President had not yet publicly responded to this request, but he has been vocal about calling out “witch hunts” against him and his administration.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who is heading the federal investigation into alleged Russian hacking of the 2016 Presidential election and potential collusion, has reportedly been made aware of this sweeping request from the House Judiciary Committee.

Trump Jr. tweeted on Monday morning, “I know House democrats are really busy investigating everyone that ever said the name Trump but hopefully they can make some time to investigate one of their own,” linking to a story about whether or not Rep. Adam Schiff and Rep. Jackie Speier disclosed classified information.