Capitol Report (April 6): Jordan Subpoenas Former NY Prosecutor; Reps. in Taiwan ‘Sending Signal to CCP’

House Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) is issuing a new subpoena related to Trump’s indictment. He’s asking for an appearance from a former Manhattan prosecutor who pushed to indict Trump and who also wrote a book titled “People vs. Donald Trump.” What is the GOP looking for as they probe this unprecedented legal case against the former president?

We turn back to the Afghanistan withdrawal that left 13 U.S. troops dead. The Biden administration is now releasing its review of the mission—the White House says it learned a few lessons while they try to lay the blame elsewhere.

House representatives are on a three-day visit to Taiwan starting Thursday. The lawmakers say the Chinese Communist Party tried intimidating them before their flight took off.

To discuss the changing dynamics in U.S., China, and Taiwan relations, we hear from Steven Yates, a global strategist and former deputy national security adviser.

New competition for the Democratic nomination arises from one of the most powerful names in American politics. We recap how the 2024 presidential field is shaping up.

Could three Democratic state representatives be expelled after protests last week? Tennessee lawmakers are voting on it. The White House condemns the vote, criticizing GOP lawmakers.

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