Here Are All 81 Of The Trump Associates Who House Dems Want To Hear From

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Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee on Monday announced a sprawling investigation into the Trump administration’s “threats against the rule of law,” requesting documents from some 81 individuals, corporations and entities associated with President Trump’s 2016 campaign, presidential transition and tenure in office.

The requests suggest committee Democrats are probing a wide range of topics, from Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election to the Trump Organization’s efforts to pay off women who claim to have had affairs with Trump.

Below is a complete list of the people congressional investigators want to hear from. House Judiciary Democrats have posted nearly all of the letters and document requests online; we’ve linked them below.

  1. Alan Garten, Trump Organization vice president and chief legal officer
     (letterdocument requests)
  2. Alexander Nix, Cambridge Analytica founder (letterdocument requests)
  3. Allen Weisselberg, Trump Organization chief financial officer (letterdocument requests)
  4. American Media Inc., the National Enquirer publisher that entered into a non-prosecution agreement with the Justice Department as part of the Michael Cohen case (letterdocument requests)
  5. Anatoli Samochornov, translator at June 2016 Trump Tower meeting between Manafort, Kushner, Don Jr. and two Russian lobbyists (letterdocument requests)
  6. Andrew Intrater, private equity executive and cousin of Russian oligarch Viktor Vekselberg, whose company signed a $1 million consulting contract with Michael Cohen (letterdocument requests)
  7. Annie Donaldson, former chief of staff to ex-White House Counsel Don McGahn (letterdocument requests)
  8. Brad Parscaledigital media director for Trump’s 2016 campaign, vendor to the Trump Inaugural Committee (letterdocument requests)
  9. Brittany Kaiser, director at Cambridge Analytica during the 2016 election
    (letterdocument requests)
  10. Cambridge Analytica, a UK-based political consulting firm retained by the Trump 2016 campaign that focuses on using data analytics to target voters (letterdocument requests)
  11. Carter Page, Trump campaign foreign policy adviser known for his work in Russia (letter, document requests)
  12. Christopher Bancroft Burnham, former Deutsche Bank executive who served on Trump’s State Department transition team (letterdocument requests)
  13. Columbus Nova, a New York investment firm run by Intrater that signed a $1 million consulting contract with Michael Cohen (letter, document requests)
  14. Concord Management and Consulting, the Russian company accused of financing a group of Russian hackers accused of stealing documents from the DNC and John Podesta’s email account (letterdocument requests)
  15. Corey Lewandowski, Trump 2016 campaign adviser (letterdocument requests)
  16. David Pecker, chairman of AMI, publisher of the National Enquirer, and longtime friend of Trump’s (letterdocument requests)
  17. Department of Justice (letterdocument requests)
  18. Don McGahn, former White House counsel (letterdocument requests)
  19. Donald J Trump Revocable Trust, the entity handling Trump’s business while he serves in office (letterdocument requests)
  20. Donald Trump Jr., Trump’s son and a Trump Org executive (letterdocument requests)
  21. Dylan Howard, Vice President and Chief Content Officer at American Media Inc (letterdocument requests)
  22. Eric Trump, Trump’s son and a Trump Org executive (letterdocument requests)
  23. Erik Prince, former Blackwater CEO, Republican donor and brother to Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos (letterdocument requests)
  24. Federal Bureau of Investigation (letter, document requests)
  25. Felix Sater, former Trump associate who worked on Trump SoHo and on efforts to build a Trump Tower in Moscow during the campaign (letterdocument requests)
  26. Flynn Intel Group, D.C. consulting group founded by Flynn that worked on a covert lobbying effort on behalf of the Turkish government (letterdocument requests)
  27. Frontier Services Group, security company founded and led by Erik Prince (letterdocument requests)
  28. General Services Administration, federal agency that gave Trump approval to build a hotel in the Old Post Office building while serving as president (letterdocument requests)
  29. George Nader, Middle Eastern fixer with links to the United Arab Emirates who is cooperating with the special counsel probe (letterdocument requests)
  30. George Papadopoulos, former Trump 2016 adviser who pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI (letterdocument requests)
  31. Hope Hicks, former Trump campaign press secretary and White House communications adviser (letterdocument requests)
  32. Irakly Kaveladze, Russian-American real estate developer who attended June 2016 Trump Tower meeting (letterdocument requests)
  33. J.D. Gordon, Trump 2016 national security adviser (letterdocument requests)
  34. Jared Kushner, Trump’s son-in-law and White House adviser (letterdocument requests)
  35. Jason Maloni, spokesman for Paul Manafort (letterdocument requests)
  36. Jay Sekulow, personal attorney to President Trump (letterdocument requests)
  37. Jeff Sessions, former attorney general who recused himself from overseeing Robert Mueller’s investigations because of his contacts with a Russian official during the campaign (letterdocument requests)
  38. Jerome Corsi, conspiracy theorist and GOP-adjacent operative who appeared to have advance knowledge of WikiLeaks’s release of John Podesta’s emails (letterdocument requests)
  39. John Szobocsan, longtime business associate of Peter W. Smith who helped with Smith’s hunt for Hillary Clinton’s emails(letterdocument requests)
  40. Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks (letterdocument requests)
  41. Julian David Wheatland, CEO of Cambridge Analytica (letterdocument requests)
  42. Keith Davidson, former attorney for Stormy Daniels(letterdocument requests)
  43. KT McFarland, former Fox News talking head and former deputy to Michael Flynn on the National Security Council (letterdocument requests)
  44. Kushner Companies, the family real estate firm founded by Jared Kushner’s father (letterdocument requests)
  45. Mark Corallo, short-lived spokesperson for Trump’s private legal team who reportedly quit over concerns that the President obstructed justice (letter, document requests)
  46. Matt Tait, British cybersecurity expert contacted by GOP operative Peter Smith as part of Smith’s effort to obtain emails hacked from Hillary Clinton’s private server (letterdocument requests)
  47. Matthew Calamari, Trump Organization chief operating officer (letterdocument requests)
  48. Michael Caputo, GOP strategist and former Trump campaign adviser
     (letterdocument requests)
  49. Michael Cohen, former personal attorney and fixer for President Trump
     (letterdocument requests)
  50. Michael Flynn, former Trump campaign adviser and U.S. national security adviser (letterdocument requests)
  51. Michael Flynn Jr, Flynn’s son and an aide on the 2016 campaign
     (letterdocument requests)
  52. National Rifle Association (letterdocument requests)
  53. Paul Erickson, Republican strategist who helped connect ex-girlfriend and admitted Russian agent Maria Butina to NRA and GOP bigwigs (letterdocument requests)
  54. Paul Manafort, former Trump campaign chairman awaiting sentencing for tax and bank fraud (letterdocument requests)
  55. Peter Smith (Estate), deceased GOP operative who sought to obtain Clinton’s emails during the 2016 campaign (letterdocument requests)
  56. Randy Credico, associate of Roger Stone who Stone claimed was his “conduit” to WikiLeaks (letterdocument requests)
  57. Reince Priebus, former RNC chairman and White House chief of staff (letterdocument requests)
  58. Rhona Graff, Trump’s longtime personal assistant at the Trump Organization (letterdocument requests)
  59. Rick Gates, former Manafort deputy who worked on the Trump campaign and transition, and now a cooperating witness in the special counsel probe (letterdocument requests)
  60. Rinat Akhmetshin, Russian-American lobbyist who attended the June 2016 Trump Tower meeting (letterdocument requests)
  61. Rob Goldstone, British music publicist who helped broker the Trump Tower summit between Kremlin-linked Russian attorney and Trump campaign officials (letterdocument requests)
  62. Roger Stone, self-proclaimed GOP “dirty trickster” indicted for lying about his efforts to obtain Clinton’s emails from WikiLeaks and for interfering with witnesses (letter, document requests)
  63. Ronald Lieberman, executive vice president for management and development at the Trump Organization; Cohen testified that Lieberman would know about Trump’s history of committing insurance fraud (letterdocument requests)
  64. Sam Nunberg, Trump 2016 campaign adviser (letterdocument requests)
  65. SCL Group Limited, parent company of Cambridge Analytica (letterdocument requests)
  66. Sean Spicer, former RNC communications director, White House Press Secretary and Trump administration communications director (letterdocument requests)
  67. Sheri Dillon, personal attorney to Trump who House Democrats have alleged made false statements about Trump’s reimbursements to Cohen for hush money payments (letterdocument requests)
  68. Stefan Passantino, former deputy White House counsel for compliance and ethics who House Democrats have alleged made false statements about Trump’s reimbursements to Cohen for hush money payments (letterdocument requests)
  69. Steve Bannon, former Breitbart News chairman, Trump 2016 CEO and White House chief strategist. Ex-vice-president of the board of Cambridge Analytica (letterdocument requests)
  70. Ted Malloch, London-based American writer who served as Corsi’s alleged WikiLeaks contact (letterdocument requests)
  71. The White House (letterdocument requests)
  72. Tom Barrack, real estate investor and chairman of Trump’s inaugural committee (letterdocument requests)
  73. Tom Bossert, lawyer and former Trump Homeland Security Advisor (letterdocument requests)
  74. Tony Fabrizio, Republican pollster and strategist questioned by Mueller about polling data Manafort shared with pro-Kremlin individuals during the 2016 campaign (letterdocument requests)
  75. Trump Campaign (letterdocument requests)
  76. Trump Foundation, private foundation shuttered after a New York attorney general investigation found that Trump used it as a “personal piggy bank” to settle financial debts and boost his presidential campaign (letterdocument requests)
  77. Trump Organization (letterdocument requests)
  78. Trump Transition (letterdocument requests)
  79. Viktor Vekselberg, Russian oligarch and ally of Vladimir Putin. Columbus Nova, a firm run by his cousin, Andrew Intrater, signed a $1 million consulting agreement with Cohen (letterdocument requests)
  80. WikiLeaks (letterdocument requests)
  81. 58th Presidential Inaugural Committee (letterdocument requests)

This post has been updated.

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