The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol will seek contempt charges against two former Trump officials that have failed to comply with subpoenas from the panel.
Dan Scavino, President Trump’s deputy chief of staff for communications, was among the first four people to be subpoenaed by the committee last year, though they faced delays in officially serving him.
Peter Navarro, a former trade adviser to Trump, was subpoenaed last month, after passages from his own book appear to show he was involved in plans to delay certification of the presidential election.
The committee will meet Monday to vote on whether to hold the two men in contempt of Congress, a move that would forward the matter to the full House for a vote.
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