They spent all of Donald Trump’s presidency investigating him.
And they’re going to spend all of Joe Biden’s presidency investigating him too.
Right now, they’re trying to intimidate anyone with any connection to Trump into saying something, anything.
According to Fox News:
Taylor Budowich, a spokesman for former President Donald Trump, is fighting a subpoena sent by the House Jan. 6 Committee to JPMorgan Chase for his banking records, arguing in a court filing that he’s being denied due process in the matter after providing hundreds of pages of documents and hours of sworn testimony.
Budowich, who started his current role as Trump’s spokesman in July, told Fox News Friday that he’s been cooperating with the Jan. 6 committee’s investigation, including by sitting for a deposition on Wednesday and providing a variety of records before then.
That included, Budowich said, bank transactions and text messages related to his role as a consultant for a group that advertised Trump’s Jan. 6 Ellipse rally. His complaint against the committee says he produced “more than 1,700 pages of documents” and gave the committee “roughly four hours of sworn testimony.”
Budowich also previously worked on the Trump campaign but left that job in November, and he was an adviser to Donald Trump Jr.