not a good day
Tuesday was apparently "Subpoena Stephen Bannon Day" in Washington, D.C. A few hours after it was reported that the former White House chief strategist had been subpoenaed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller as part of the FBI's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, Bannon was reportedly subpoenaed again — this time by the House Intelligence Committee.
Bannon was being grilled by the committee when he was hit with a subpoena "on the spot," Politico reports, for not answering questions. Apparently, congressional investigators wanted to know about Bannon's brief stint in the White House but were stonewalled, which, Politico notes, angered Democrats and Republicans alike.
At the time of publication, Bannon and his attorney had not commented on either subpoena or his congressional testimony.