One lesser-known staffer in President Donald Trump's 2020 campaign was included in the recent round of subpoenas by the House Select Committee on the Jan. 6 attack.

According to reporter Betsy Woodruff, the fact that former Trump campaign staffer Angela McCallum was called proves that the House Committee is going into much greater detail about the lies about the 2020 election that led to the attack on the U.S. Capitol.

MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace noted that Reps. Bennie Thompson (D-MS) and Liz Cheney (R-WY) have made it clear that they are asking a wide variety of witnesses to appear before the committee.

Wallace noted "the vast geographical scope of where they have investigators on the ground. Notably, it includes Georgia, but it also includes Pennsylvania and Arizona and Michigan. Tell me what stands out for the new batch of subpoenas. Then we will all get into some of the individual letters."

"The most low-profile person in this batch of subpoena is Angela McCallum, somebody who was doing work in connection with the Trump campaign," said Woodruff. "Contemporaneous news reporting out of Michigan, particularly from the site M-Live, documented the fact that McCallum actually reached out to members of the Michigan state legislature... on behalf of Trump campaign and urged them to overturn the election results in their state and try to install a different slate of electors."

Wallace noted that it's the one name that hasn't been covered by anyone in the media.

This 'low-profile' Trump staffer just got subpoenaed by the Capitol riot committee -- here's why