Ivanka Trump Subpoenaed By Special Counsel Investigating Father
Special Counsel Jack Smith, the man who is leading an investigation into former President Donald Trump, has stopped his attack on Donald Trump and at least temporarily picked a new target:
The former president's daughter, Ivanka Trump. and son-in-law Jared Kushner were reportedly subpoenaed on Feb. 22.
Attorney General Merrick Garland appointed Smith back in November to "determine whether Trump should face criminal prosecution for the events of January 6 or his handling of White House documents after he left office."
He apparently doesn't have what he needs out of Trump, so he's playing hardball and going after the star of The Apprentice's family.
Despite Ivanka announcing she would not be involved in Donald's 2024 campaign, she is still being targeted.
She has already testified before the House Democrat-led Jan. 6 Committee, according to the New York Times, which noted:
Ms. Trump also accompanied her father to the rally of his supporters at the Ellipse near the White House. Hundreds of his supporters moved from there to the Capitol, where they attacked the building, some chanting, “Hang Mike Pence!” for his refusal to do what Mr. Trump wished.
Mr. Kushner returned from the Middle East that day, ultimately going to the White House after the pro-Trump mob had been rioting for hours. Both he and his wife were involved in efforts to get Mr. Trump to tell the rioters to go home, and then to commit to a peaceful transfer of power to Mr. Biden.