According to WP, Matthew Calamari Jr. was called to testify by the District of New York prosecutor, Cyrus Vance.
The head of the security service of the company of the 45th U.S. President, Donald Trump, has agreed to testify as part of the investigation into the former American leader. This was reported by The Washington Post.
We are talking about Matthew Calamari Jr. He is the son of Matthew Calamari Sr., who was Trump’s personal bodyguard for many years and later became the Trump Organization’s chief operating officer. It is believed that Calamari Sr. is part of Trump’s inner circle.
According to sources of the publication, Calamari Jr. was called to testify by the District of New York prosecutor, Cyrus Vance. The Trump Organization’s security service head has agreed to do this and is expected to appear before a grand jury in New York on Thursday. It can send subpoenas to persons of interest to investigators, hear their testimony, and decide whether there is enough evidence to bring any charges.
As the publication clarifies, the senior Calamari was not officially called to testify. At the same time, according to the American media, the investigators had previously persistently sought this from him. Exactly what questions will be asked to Calamari Jr., it is not yet reported.