Saturday, October 22, 2022

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Farnoush Amiri and Mary Clare Jalonick / AP News

WASHINGTON (AP) — The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol formally issued an extraordinary subpoena to Donald Trump on Friday, demanding testimony from the former president who lawmakers say “personally orchestrated” a multi-part effort to overturn the results of the 2020 election.

The nine-member panel issued a letter to Trump’s lawyers saying he must testify, either at the Capitol or by videoconference, “beginning on or about” Nov. 14 and continuing for multiple days if necessary.

The letter also outlined a sweeping request for documents, including personal communications between Trump and members of Congress as well as extremist groups. Those are to be turned in by Nov. 4, although the committee’s deadlines are generally subject to negotiation.

“We recognize that a subpoena to a former president is a significant and historic action,” Chairman Bennie Thompson and Vice Chair Liz Cheney wrote in the letter to Trump. “We do not take this action lightly.”

US appeals court temporarily blocks Biden’s student loan debt giveaway 
Patrick Reilly / NEW YORK POST

A federal appeals court has temporarily blocked President Biden’s plan to forgive hundreds of millions of dollars in student loan debt.

The 8th US Circuit Court of Appeals order issued Friday prohibits the Biden administration “from discharging any student loan debt under the Cancellation program” until court proceedings for an injunction are completed.

The appeals court sided with six GOP-led states that requested Biden’s plan be put on hold.

The Biden administration had previously anticipated canceling debts as early as Sunday, according to court filings.

In September, attorneys general from six Republican states — Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska and South Carolina — sued the Biden administration over the debt cancellation program, accusing the White House of overstepping its executive power.

They asked that the program be shut down, arguing that it is unconstitutional and is “not remotely tailored to address the effects of the pandemic on federal student loan borrowers.” Read more and see video here.