Mark Meadows, Trump’s Former Chief of Staff, is Subpoenaed for a January 6 Investigation

According to sources, the special counsel looking into Trump’s role in trying to rig the results of the 2020 presidential election has served Mark Meadows, the last chief of staff in the White House, with a subpoena. In January, Meadows reportedly received a subpoena for papers and testimony from the office of special counsel Jack Smith. The development in the Justice Department inquiry follows the subpoenaing of former Vice President Mike Pence as part of the investigation. Meadows previously attempted to claim executive privilege to evade a subpoena from a Georgia special grand jury investigating plans to interfere in the 2020 election, but he was ultimately compelled to testify by a court.