It was not immediately clear which documents have been requested. Special counsel Robert Mueller is looking into whether the Trump campaign coordinated with Russian Federation and whether the president obstructed the investigation.
A spokesperson for the US Attorney's Office for the Southern District of NY declined to comment.
The head of the inaugural committee, Tom Barrack, confirmed to The Associated Press that he was questioned by special counsel Robert Mueller in 2017.
This is a breaking story and will be updated. "He gave his own money".
Gates also entered a plea deal with prosecutors to cooperate in the case against former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, which led Mueller to dismiss almost two-dozen tax and bank fraud charges against Gates. Barrack isn't named in the subpoena. "If, in fact, he is named in this subpoena, never mind somehow named alone, he is bewildered why".
People familiar with Mueller's investigation have said his prosecutors have explored the possibility that foreign money helped fund Trump's inaugural festivities. "It's well known that after supporting President Obama and Hillary Clinton, that Imaad gave generously and directly to the Trump inaugural".
Stripe, the online payments company founded by the Limerick brothers Patrick and John Collison, has been asked to hand over documents to a federal investigation into President Trump. Federal law prohibits foreign contributions to inaugural committees. Gates acknowledged during his testimony that it was "possible" he stole funds from the inaugural committee.
All told, Zuberi and his wife Asifa have given more than $2.2 million to federal candidates and groups since 2004, with a majority of it - $1.5 million - going to Democratic causes, according to data from the Center for Responsive Politics. On that same day, a Qatari delegation reportedly visited the building to meet with Flynn and campaign chairman Stephen K. Bannon. "But the money is in NY".
According to ABC News, prosecutors are also requesting information about who attended inaugural events as Mr Trump was sworn into office in January 2017 and whether they were promised photo-ops with the president-elect, ABC News reports.
The conversation continued with Christie acknowledging the charges in the SDNY's subpoena, which led him to conclude that investigators have a "tour guide" if they are leveling specific charges when they're already quite far along with their probe. In a separate case in NY, prosecutors say Trump directed his personal lawyer Michael Cohen to make illegal hush-money payments to two women as a way to quash potential sex scandals during the campaign.