Trump Issues HEAVY Response to J6 Subpoena


On Thursday, the Democratically-led January 6th select committee held what may be the final public hearing of their career, and they saved their biggest stunt for last.

During the hearing, which was carried by most major infotainment networks, the group voted unanimously to subpoena former President Donald Trump to testify before them.

The unprecedented action immediately dominated the news cycle, and had the nation wondering just what sort of response they would be getting from the former President.

They didn’t have to wait long to find out.

Former President Donald Trump published a letter Friday ripping the House Select Committee on Jan. 6 for failing to investigate what he considers basic questions surrounding the riot.

The committee issued a subpoena for testimony from Trump at its business meeting Thursday.

The letter, dated Thursday, opened with Trump’s unproven claims that the 2020 election was “stolen” before directly addressing the Jan. 6 committee and questioning its purpose.

Trump’s take was blistering.

“The Unselect Committee has willfully ignored the fact that days before January 6, 2021, I recommended and authorized thousands of troops to be deployed to ensure that there was peace, safety, and security at the Capitol and throughout Washington, D.C. on January 6th because I knew, just based on instinct and what I was hearing, that the crowd coming to listen to my speech, and various others, would be a very big one, far bigger than anyone thought possible,” Trump wrote.

And, turning furious:

“Despite very poor television ratings, the Unselect Committee has perpetuated a Show Trial the likes of which this Country has never seen before. There is no Due Process, no Cross-Examination, no ‘real’ Republican members, and no legitimacy since you do not talk about Election Fraud or not calling up the troops. It is a Witch Hunt of the highest level, a continuation of what has been going on for year,” Trump teased.

Trump did not say whether or not he would be testifying however, as he likely awaits advice from his lawyers.