Donald Trump blasts the 'vicious' Jan. 6 committee and NY AG for targeting his children Ivanka and Donald Jr.

Donald Trump complained that the January 6 committee and New York Attorney General were targeting his adult children as part of their investigations.

It's unfair for my children. In an interview with The Washington Examiner, Trump said it was very unfair.

It's a disgrace. What's going on? They're trying to get people's minds off how bad our country is. They don't care. They will go after children.

Donald Jr., Ivanka, and Eric have been close to their father's businesses and political career.

The House select committee asked for voluntary cooperation from the daughter of the president.

The chair of the committee said in a letter that the senior advisor to the president was present at the White House as the insurrection unfolded.

They are using their powers. They couldn't care less. "They are vicious people," Trump said of the January 6 committee.

He told the outlet that you know about the quality of the woman. It's a disgrace that they have to go through this.

Donald Trump faced accusations of nepotism after he put his daughter and husband into key roles.
The New York Attorney General's office is investigating the Trump Organization's financial dealings.

James said that the investigation has uncovered evidence that the Trump Organization used fraudulent and misleading asset valuations on multiple properties.

She took legal action last week to enforce the subpoenas issued to Donald Trump and his children.
James wrote that Trump's children had been involved in the transactions.

Donald Trump Jr. is an executive vice president of the Trump Organization, while his sister, Ivanka, is a senior executive.

During depositions with the attorney general's office, Eric Trump invoked his Fifth Amendment rights more than 500 times.

Donald Trump told The Washington Examiner that he believed James was probing his businesses because she promised to get Trump.
James said "no one is above the law" and pledged to continue the investigation to "uncover the facts and pursue justice."