The House [voted to subpoena](https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/house-panel-poised-to-subpoena-kushner-sessions-and-10-others-with-ties-to-trump/2019/07/11/01585dc2-a3cf-11e9-b8c8-75dae2607e60_story.html?fbclid=IwAR1ctIa7lvEZKD5oS7sCUCIfzqE3zn6WxQOrp-AJcdxOThwYE_2GEbgzhh8&noredirect=on&utm_term=.e2900d7d73e0) a total of 12 people. Persons 1-9 will be asked about Obstruction of Justice; persons 10-12 will be asked about the Stormy Daniels cover-up. Prosecutors allege that Howard and Pecker were involved in deals to silence Daniels and former Playboy playmate Karen McDougal.
1. Jared Kushner
2. Former AG Jeff Sessions
3. Former deputy AG Rod Rosenstein
4. Assistant AG Jody Hunt
5. Former WH chief of staff John Kelly
6. Former WH deputy chief of staff Rick Dearborn
7. Former WH staff secretary Rob Porter
8. Former national security adviser Michael Flynn
9. Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski
10. Keith Davidson, former attorney for Stormy Daniels
11. National Enquirer editor Dylan Howard
12. American Media Inc. CEO David Pecker
The vote would allow Nadler to issue the subpoenas at his discretion to try to compel testimony and handing over of documents. Nadler has said he’s willing to hold off if information is voluntarily provided.