Rep. Adam Schiff, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, demanded that Michael Flynn appear before the committee for testimony Sept. 25, after the former national security adviser failed to provide documents and said he would plead the Fifth.
The committee subpoenaed Flynn on June 12 for personal and business records as part of an ongoing investigation of the Trump administration. In a five-page letter to Flynn’s lawyers, Schiff said Flynn “failed to comply with the Committee’s subpoena or cooperate with the Committee’s efforts to secure [his] compliance.”
“Accordingly, the Committee now commands you to appear for testimony on September 25, 2019, at 9:30 a.m.,” reads the letter.
— Jim Ledbetter (@BigJimLedbetter) September 10, 2019