Here Are The 80+ Names The House Judiciary Committee Wants Info From

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Kerry Picket Political Reporter
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WASHINGTON — House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler served document requests to 81 agencies, entities, and individuals “believed to have information relevant” to investigations related to “allegations of corruption, obstruction, and abuses of power.”

“We have sent these document requests in order to begin building the public record.  he Special Counsel’s office and the Southern District of New York are aware that we are taking these steps,” Nadler said in a statement. (RELATED: Nadler Unleashes Massive Document Request Into 81 Names Close To Trump)

“We will act quickly to gather this information, assess the evidence, and follow the facts where they lead with full transparency with the American people,” he continued. “This is a critical time for our nation, and we have a responsibility to investigate these matters and hold hearings for the public to have all the facts.  That is exactly what we intend to do.”

Here  is the list the of names the committee served with document requests Monday:

  1. Alan Garten (letterdocument requests)
  2. Alexander Nix (letterdocument requests)
  3. Allen Weisselberg (letterdocument requests)
  4. American Media Inc (letterdocument requests)
  5. Anatoli Samochornov (letterdocument requests)
  6. Andrew Intrater (letterdocument requests)
  7. Annie Donaldson (letterdocument requests)
  8. Brad Parscale (letterdocument requests)
  9. Brittany Kaiser (letterdocument requests)
  10. Cambridge Analytica (letterdocument requests)
  11. Carter Page (letter, document requests)
  12. Christopher Bancroft Burnham (letter, document requests)
  13. Columbus Nova (letterdocument requests)
  14. Concord Management and Consulting (letterdocument requests)
  15. Corey Lewandowski (letterdocument requests)
  16. David Pecker (letterdocument requests)
  17. Department of Justice (letterdocument requests)
  18. Don McGahn (letterdocument requests)
  19. Donald J Trump Revocable Trust (letterdocument requests)
  20. Donald Trump Jr. (letterdocument requests)
  21. Dylan Howard (letterdocument requests)
  22. Eric Trump (letterdocument requests)
  23. Erik Prince (letterdocument requests)
  24. Federal Bureau of Investigation (letter, document requests)
  25. Felix Sater (letterdocument requests)
  26. Flynn Intel Group (letterdocument requests)
  27. Frontier Services Group (letter, document requests)
  28. General Services Administration (letterdocument requests)
  29. George Nader (letterdocument requests)
  30. George Papadopoulos (letterdocument requests)
  31. Hope Hicks (letterdocument requests)
  32. Irakly Kaveladze (letterdocument requests)
  33. D. Gordon(letter, document requests)
  34. Jared Kushner (letterdocument requests)
  35. Jason Maloni (letterdocument requests)
  36. Jay Sekulow (letterdocument requests)
  37. Jeff Sessions (letterdocument requests)
  38. Jerome Corsi (letterdocument requests)
  39. John Szobocsan (letterdocument requests)
  40. Julian Assange (letterdocument requests)
  41. Julian David Wheatland (letterdocument requests)
  42. Keith Davidson (letterdocument requests)
  43. KT McFarland (letterdocument requests)
  44. Kushner Companies(letter, document requests)
  45. Mark Corallo (letterdocument requests)
  46. Matt Tait (letterdocument requests)
  47. Matthew Calamari (letterdocument requests)
  48. Michael Caputo (letterdocument requests)
  49. Michael Cohen (letterdocument requests)
  50. Michael Flynn (letterdocument requests)
  51. Michael Flynn Jr (letterdocument requests)
  52. National Rifle Association(letter, document requests)
  53. Paul Erickson (letterdocument requests)
  54. Paul Manafort (letterdocument requests)
  55. Peter Smith (Estate) (letterdocument requests)
  56. Randy Credico (letterdocument requests)
  57. Reince Priebus (letterdocument requests)
  58. Rhona Graff (letterdocument requests)
  59. Rick Gates (letter, document requests)
  60. Rinat Akhmetshin (letterdocument requests)
  61. Rob Goldstone (letterdocument requests)
  62. Roger Stone (letter, document requests)
  63. Ronald Lieberman (letterdocument requests)
  64. Sam Nunberg (letterdocument requests)
  65. SCL Group Limited (letterdocument requests)
  66. Sean Spicer (letterdocument requests)
  67. Sheri Dillon (letterdocument requests)
  68. Stefan Passantino (letterdocument requests)
  69. Steve Bannon (letterdocument requests)
  70. Ted Malloch (letterdocument requests)
  71. The White House (letterdocument requests)
  72. Tom Barrack (letter, document requests)
  73. Tom Bossert (letter, document requests)
  74. Tony Fabrizio (letter, document requests)
  75. Trump Campaign (letterdocument requests)
  76. Trump Foundation (letterdocument requests)
  77. Trump Organization (letterdocument requests)
  78. Trump Transition (letterdocument requests)
  79. Viktor Vekselberg (letterdocument requests)
  80. Wikileaks (letterdocument requests)
  81. Fifty-Eighth Presidential Inaugural Committee (letter, document requests)

The Judiciary Committee’s investigation is expected to focus on obstruction of justice violations, “including the possibility of interference by the President and others in a number of criminal investigations and other official proceedings, as well as the alleged cover-up of violations of the law.”

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U.S. Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) (L) speaks as Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) (2nd L) and Rep. David Ciclline (D-RI) (R) listen during a news conference … (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

The investigation will also delve into public corruption “including potential violations of the emoluments clauses of the U.S. Constitution, conspiracy to violate federal campaign and financial reporting laws, and other criminal misuses of official positions for personal gain.”

Additionally, the probe will look into abuses of power, “including attacks on the press, the judiciary, and law enforcement agencies; misuse of the pardon power and other presidential authorities; and attempts to misuse the power of the Office of the Presidency.”

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