Two of Donald Trump’s top officials are facing subpoenas for an investigation against him regarding fund-raisers following the 2020 elections that aimed to undermine the results of the election.
Stephen Miller, once one of the former US president’s most senior aides, and Brian Jack, his former director of political affairs at the White House, were part of a large group of Trump’s officials and allies who were subpoenaed by the grand jury this week, the New York Times reported.
The current investigation is examining funds related to the Save America political action committee (Pac) and an alleged plan that would entail sending fake electors to states that had contested results in the 2020 elections.
Miller, who attracted notoriety during Trump’s administration for his alleged links to white supremacists and his staunch anti-immigrant stances, participated in a lengthy testimony earlier this year to the House select committee about Trump’s role in fanning the flames of the January 6 attack on the Capitol.
Prior to that, in December, Jack also faced a subpoena for his role in organizing a January 6 rally that led to the insurrection.