Pence indicates he won't challenge all aspects of special counsel's subpoena, as more details emerge

March 20, 2023

"We're not asserting executive privilege, which may encompass other discussions," Pence told Karl in a sit-down for "This Week." Former Vice President Mike Pence, Nov. 16, 2022 in New York City. John Lamparski/Getty Images, FILESources tell ABC News that the special counsel also wants information from Pence related to Trump attorney John Eastman and any communications Pence may have had with him or involving him. Trump, for his part, is challenging Pence's subpoena as well, but on the basis of executive privilege. Pence's subpoena was issued after months of negotiations between federal prosecutors and Pence's legal team.