It's 'all but certain' the Capitol riot committee subpoenaed a ‘senior adviser’ to sitting member of Congress: report
Maggie Mulvaney on Instagram.

The U.S. House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the U.S. Capitol announced 11 new subpoenas on Wednesday, and one of those being investigated has the same name as a "senior advisor" to a Republican member of Congress.

On Wednesday, MSNBC's Chris Hayes noted that Maggie Mulvaney, the niece of Mick Mulvaney, was among those subpoened.

Politico's Betsy Woodruff Swan noted a fascinating detail.

"Maggie Mulvaney, there's also a person by that name with a LinkedIn profile that tracks with her career who's now listed as a Republican congressional staffer," Swan said. "It seems safe to surmise that we're talking about the same person, in the legislative databases it shows a Republican congressional staffer named Maggie Mulvaney, I think it's all but certain these are the same persons, if so it would be notable that Congress has issued a subpoena to somebody who works for Congress," she explained.

The LegiStorm database shows Mulvaney working as a "senior advisor" to Rep. Carol Miller (R-WV) since January.

In addition, Miller's official congressional website lists someone with that name holding that position. The website shows Mulvaney appearing on the page on February 8th.