Mueller subpoenas massive trove of documents from Trump and his campaign: report
Former FBI Director Robert Mueller said cyber security will be the number one future threat in the country, but for the time being, "counterterrorism and stopping terrorist attacks" is more important. (Photo: Kit Fox/Medill Flickr)

Investigators have subpoenaed Donald Trump and his closest campaign advisors, according to a bombshell report which broke Sunday night.

According to the subpoena, which NBC News reports was sent to a witness, special counsel Robert Mueller wants to see emails, text messages, telephone logs and other documents. The demand goes all the way back to November 1, 2015, just a few months after Trump announced his run.

The names of people targeted in the subpoena include everyone from Steve Bannon and Trump's personal attorney Michael Cohen to Hope Hicks, Paul Manafort and Roger Stone.