Rudy Giuliani, Donald Trump’s former attorney, has been subpoenaed along with three other close associates of the former president by the Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry investigating the attack on the Capitol.
Giuliani, a former New York City mayor and Trump confidant, is accused of actively contributing to the allegations of voter fraud following the 2020 presidential election and of trying to convince local officials to help reverse the vote.
Giuliani is now due to appear before the Commission of Inquiry on February 8. Its mission is to determine the responsibility of Donald Trump and his entourage in the attack on the Capitol by his supporters. Another Trump lawyer, Sidney Powell, is also expected to show up that day.
In the past, other ex-Trump associates were also subpoenaed. However, they invariably refused to cooperate.