Trump spokesman sues Jan. 6 panel over access to financial records


WASHINGTON — Former President Donald Trump’s current spokesman Taylor Budowich has sued the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol over access to his financial records.

Budowich said he complied with the committee, “including sitting for a four-hour deposition on December 22nd,” and then returned home the following day to a notice from his bank, JPMorgan Chase, saying they’d be handing his records to the committee unless he is successful in legally blocking the subpoena by 5 p.m. on Dec. 24.

“Budowich complied with the subpoena, producing more than 1,700 pages of documents and providing roughly four hours of sworn testimony,” states the lawsuit, filed Friday. It’s unclear whether the bank has already turned over the records as the lawsuit came on the same day as JPMorgan Chase’s deadline.

In addition to the panel, Budowich also sued House Speaker Nancy…

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