House democrats will vote on Thursday to summon a dozen Trump administration officials, including Jared Kushner, which will exacerbate the party's fight against the president's documents and testimonies from current and former Trump administration officials regarding immigration policy including family separations and detentions, as well as any pardon offers to officials of the Department of Homeland Security.
The New York Democrat said the subpoenas in "obstruction of justice, public corruption and other abuses."
Alongside Kushner, Trump's son-in-law, also includes former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, former Chief of Staff John Kelly and former Deputy Attorney General Corey Lewandowski on the list Rod Rosenstein and former Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Nadler said in a statement that the panel had requested information from the Trump administration on the issues but had not received adequate responses.
"As always, I am open to reasonable accommodation and will not issue a subpoena if the information we seek is voluntarily provided," Nadler said in a statement, "We will get answers in one way or another."
The panel will vote to subpoena the following:
Rick A. Dearborn
Michael T. Flynn
Joseph "Jody" H. Hunt
Jared C. Kushner
John F. Kelly
Corey R. Lewandowski
Robert R. Porter
Rod J Rosenstein
Jefferson B. Sessions
Keith M. Davidson
David J. Pecker