"While we are still reviewing the subpoena, it is our intention to cooperate with the inquiry", a spokesperson for the committee said in a statement.
Earlier in the evening, ABC News reported that the SDNY wanted documents from the inaugural committee, and subsequent reporting revealed the type of documents prosecutors had ordered from the committee's lawyers.
A spokeswoman for the committee told the newspaper in a statement: "We have just received a subpoena for documents".
Federal prosecutors in NY issued a subpoena Monday seeking documents from Donald Trump's inaugural committee, furthering a federal inquiry into a fund that has faced mounting scrutiny into how it raised and spent its money. Federal law prohibits foreign contributions to federal campaigns, political action committees and inaugural funds.
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The Queensland Police tweeted: "Schools from Halixfax, Townsvile & Giru that were closed on Friday will remain closed tomorrow". That order sparked warnings that 21 suburbs could see flash flooding, including high velocity flows that could kill people.
President Donald Trump's inaugural committee said it had received a subpoena on Monday for documents from the Manhattan U.S. Attorney's Office, which is investigating the group.
Barrack's deputy with the inaugural committee, Rick Gates, pleaded guilty past year to conspiracy and making false statements to investigators in a case brought by Mueller. Mueller said in January that Gates was cooperating with "several ongoing investigations" when he sought to delay his sentencing.
Patten agreed to cooperate with investigators as part of the deal.
Further, the report stated that prosecutors interviewed Richard Gates, who served as both a Trump campaign aide and the inaugural committee's deputy chair, regarding the organization's spending. "The president was focused on the transition during that time and not on any of the planning for the inaugural". The President's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, is in federal prison for bank and tax fraud, and his former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, is headed there after pleading guilty fraud and tax evasion.