Special counsel Robert Mueller last month subpoenaed officials on Donald Trump’s campaign for documents that mentioned “a set of Russia-related keywords,” the Wall Street Journal reports.
The subpoena was issued in mid-October by Mueller, and targeted more than a dozen Trump officials, but did not request any testify before the special counsel’s grand jury. According to the Journal, the request “caught the campaign by surprise,” as officials had been voluntarily requiring with Mueller’s team. A person familiar with the investigation said the campaign is providing subpoenaed documents on an “ongoing” basis.
Read the full report at the Wall Street Journal.