What can happen to the Trump advisers who are ignoring the Jan. 6 subpoenas?

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The special House committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection and former president Donald Trump’s role in it is only as good as the documents it can get and the people it can talk to. That's becoming a problem for it.

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