Trump lost his bid to hide documents from the 1/6 Committee as the judge told him that he is not the president and he doesn't have executive privilege.
Kaleigh McEnany and Stephen Miller are among ten former Trump administration officials who have been subpoenaed by the 1/6 Committee.
A federal judge has denied former President Trump’s lawsuit that seeks to block the National Archives from handing over documents to the House select committee investigating the Jan.
Trump is unlikely to succeed on the merits of his claims and cannot show how the release of public documents harms him, the U.S. District Court judge ruled.
At least 13 former Trump administration officials violated the law by intermingling campaigning with their official government duties, according to a new investigation.
The Republican congresswoman said the challenge now is whether citizens will do their duty and “defend the Constitution and stand for truth.”
The committee's announcement comes just one day after it subpoenaed six others who worked with former President Donald Trump.
“Presidents are not kings, and Plaintiff is not President,” Judge Tanya Chutkan wrote.
But a Trump lawyer has signaled an intent to appeal the ruling, which raises novel issues about an ex-president’s executive privilege powers.
A federal judge sent a message to Donald Trump Tuesday that he cannot outrun the rule of law and the Constitution forever. But that doesn't mean he won't try.
A federal judge denied former President Donald Trump's request for a preliminary injunction to keep the National Archives from handing over documents to the Jan. 6 House committee.
What went on at a five-star hotel near the White House the day before the riot could be a window into how a Trump-directed plot to upend the election ended in violence at the Capitol.
Mr. Trump’s son-in-law and his chief of staff are among those accused of violating a law designed to prevent federal employees from abusing their power.
A federal judge denied former President Donald Trump's attempt to keep hundreds of records private from the Jan. 6 committee on Tuesday evening.
A federal judge will allow the US House to access hundreds of pages of documents from Donald Trump's presidency leading up to and about the January 6 attack at the US Capitol, in a forceful rejection of Trump's recent attempts to control information from his White House.
Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS) discusses a federal judge ruling that the House Select Committee investigating January 6th should have access to former President Trump's records.
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