MAGA riot committee grants postponement to two Trump associates: report

On Thursday, CNN reported that the House committee investigating the January 6 Capitol riot have granted a postponement in testimony to two associates of former President Donald Trump.

"Former Justice Department official Jeffrey Clark will not testify Friday before the House select committee investigating the January 6 insurrection, according to a committee aide and a source with knowledge of the matter," reported Ryan Nobles. "In addition, former Trump aide Dan Scavino has been granted a brief postponement from responding to his subpoena and is continuing to 'engage' with the committee, the aide said."

The reason for Clark's postponement is reportedly that he is changing attorneys, according to the report.

This comes just after the House voted to hold former Trump strategist Steve Bannon in contempt of Congress for refusing to respond to his subpoena from the committee. The DOJ is currently considering their criminal referral.