Former Trump White House adviser Peter Navarro is facing a four-month prison sentence after being convicted of criminal contempt of Congress. The sentencing, which occurred today, stems from Navarro's defiance of a subpoena to testify before the committee investigating the Capitol riot, led by Democrats.
Navarro spoke to reporters as protestors stood behind him.
Former Trump White House adviser Peter Navarro praised his defense team.
Navarro's legal troubles began last year when he refused to comply with the subpoena, claiming that he was following former President Trump's directive to invoke executive privilege. . .