Former White House deputy chief of staff for communications Dan Scavino was finally served a subpoena on Friday by the House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the U.S. Capitol, Politico reported Friday.
On September 23rd, the select committee announced it would be subpoenaing Scavino along with former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, former Defense Department official Kashyap Patel, and strategist Steve Bannon.
The subpoenas set a deadline of Friday for the four to turn over information. Following the breach of the deadline, the committee released a statement that did not mention Scavino.
On Tuesday, CNN reported that the select committee had been unable to serve Scavino the subpoena.
Politico reported that Scavino was finally served on Friday, the same day as the deadline.
"Scavino was served with his subpoena Friday, according to two sources familiar with the situation. He was served in New York, according to one of the sources, who noted this was the first time service was attempted, as Scavino has been out in public since the subpoenas were issued," Politico reported.
The select committee declined to comment to Politico on that status of Scavino's subpoena.