Peter Navarro

Former trade adviser Peter Navarro and social media chief Dan Scavino could face as much as a year behind bars for ignoring Jan. 6 committee subpoenas.
If approved, the criminal referrals will be sent to the Justice Department, which would decide whether to prosecute.
House select committee also revealed a text to Mark Meadows that referred to "details" about a call to legislators "convened" by Navarro and including Trump.
Peter Navarro helped plan a scheme to overturn Trump’s election loss, while Dan Scavino helped Trump spread lies about “fraud” and was with his boss on Jan. 6.
Navarro says he won't talk unless "President Trump" waives executive privilege. The actual president, Joe Biden, says it's not in the national interest.
"No, no, no, no, no, no!" the former Trump aide reacted to the questions posed by MSNBC's Ari Melber.
Navarro reportedly worked with Steve Bannon and others to create and implement a plan to interfere with the certification of the 2020 election.
MSNBC's Ari Melber shot down Trump's former trade adviser when he pretended to be clueless about the violence.
Navarro used a football analogy to describe the day of the Capitol riots and called Bannon a "hero."
He appealed to former Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney to boot Fauci because Donald Trump was busy and "I'm an economics guy," he told Steve Bannon.