Kerik worked with longtime friend Rudy Giuliani, a former attorney for former President Donald Trump, in the weeks following the presidential election to find any evidence of voter fraud that would help Trump. helpful. There was no evidence of widespread voter fraud in the 2020 election.
In a letter on Tuesday to select Committee Chair Bennie Thompson, Kerik’s attorney Timothy Parlatore asked for more time to comply with the panel’s requests so they could go through the requested documents. and categorize any potential claims of privilege with attorneys for the former President.
Parlatore wrote to Thompson that “Mr. Kerik has never attended any such meeting.”
“If you are not personally responsible for this fabrication and false reporting, then someone on your staff has been and should be held accountable,” he wrote.
In February, Make America Great Again PAC, the successor to the Trump presidential campaign, made two large disbursements to “reinvent travel expenses,” according to filings with the Elections Commission. Federal. The PAC paid Kerik’s company and Giuliani’s company $66,251.54 and $76,566.95, respectively.
Tuesday’s letter also outlined Kerik’s complaints about a press release issued by the commission along with the subpoena, stressing that the committee should not claim that Kerik worked with Giuliani to “advance push baseless litigation” without considering the evidence that Kerik has gathered.
The former police commissioner requested that the press release and cover letter be retracted or corrected, subpoenaed and issued an apology, according to his attorney.
But “despite the significant problems” with the committee’s public statements, “Mr Kerik still intends to comply with the subpoena,” the letter on Tuesday stated.