The attorneys stated. Senator Graham intends to contest the subpoena in court and believes he will win.

After it was discovered that Trump had phoned Raffensperger on January 2, 2021, the Fulton County district attorney launched a criminal inquiry last year.

Four days later, the U.S. Congress convened in a joint session to officially ratify Biden's Electoral College victory.

One of the investigations investigating Mr. Trump's and his team's attempts to rig the election is the Fulton County probe.

Graham has now been ordered to appear before the special grand jury to testify because he "possesses unique knowledge regarding the content of the telephone calls,

the circumstances that led to his decision to make the calls, as well as the details of scheduling the conversations.

Graham further asserted that the Georgia probe and the House Select Committee's investigation, which was released on January 6, are both politically motivated.

Graham told reporters on Capitol Hill, "That's ludicrous." How do you check signatures on mail-in votes in these states that are the centre of attention, was what I was attempting to learn.

Should it be upheld, the subpoena issued today will undermine the constitutional separation of powers and a member of Congress' capacity to do their duties.