The contempt trial for Steve Bannon is set to begin on Monday.
Bannon is charged with two counts of criminal contempt of Congress.
Trump’s one-time campaign head and White House strategist Steve Bannon is set to go on trial Monday in a high-profile and politically-charged case that will thrust all three branches of the federal government into the spotlight.
Bannon is charged with two counts of criminal contempt of Congress for refusing to comply with a subpoena issued by the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol. The committee demanded that Bannon, who was a private citizen at the time of the panel’s conception last year, sit for a deposition with investigators and hand over documents relevant to the congressional probe.
Steve Bannon issued a challenge to the committee to let him testify in public.
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