Fani Willis, the district attorney who charged Trump in Georgia, subpoenaed by the House Judiciary Committee

The decision comes after recent public allegations that she misused federal funds.

Congressman Jim Jordan, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, subpoenaed District Attorney Fani Willis demanding she turn over documents following allegations against her alleged misuse of federal funds.

"The Committee’s oversight of your office’s use of federal grant funds is particularly relevant in light of public whistleblower allegations that it has misused federal funding. According to a recent report, your office unlawfully ‘planned to use part of a $488,000 federal grant—earmarked for the creation of a Center of Youth Empowerment and Gang Prevention’— to cover frivolous, unrelated expenses,” reads the document released by the committee chaired by Jordan.

The committee detailed that the prosecutor ignored several letters asking her to send the documents for review. Therefore, the committee indicated that it has the authority to carry out the investigation.

"Our previous letters—in particular, our September 27 letter—explain in detail the Committee’s Constitutional authority and jurisdiction for our oversight," the committee stated.

The letter also said, “To summarize that explanation, the Supreme Court has recognized that Congress has a ‘broad and indispensable’ power to conduct oversight, which ‘encompasses inquiries into the administration of existing laws, studies of proposed laws, and surveys in our social, economic or political system for the purpose of enabling Congress to remedy them.’ Pursuant to the Rules of the House of Representatives, the Committee has jurisdiction to conduct oversight of matters concerning DOJ grant programs and criminal justice to inform potential legislative reforms.”