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The House Judiciary Committee announced Monday that it is sending letters seeking information and documents from more than 80 groups, organizations and individuals, as part of its sweeping investigation into President Donald Trump’s campaign, businesses, transition and administration.

In an interview with ABC News’ “This Week,” Rep. Jerry Nadler said Sunday the requests for documents are to “begin investigations, to present the case to the American people about obstruction of justice, about corruption and abuse of power.”

Here’s who and what are receiving letters Monday:

1. Alan Garten

2. Alexander Nix

3. Allen Weisselberg

4. American Media Inc.

5. Anatoli Samochornov

6. Andrew Intrater

7. Annie Donaldson

8. Brad Parscale

9. Brittany Kaiser

10. Cambridge Analytica

11. Carter Page

12. Columbus Nova

13. Concord Management and Consulting

14. Corey Lewandowski

15. David Pecker

16. Department of Justice

17. Don McGahn

18. Donald J Trump Revocable Trust

19. Donald Trump Jr.

20. Dylan Howard

21. Eric Trump

22. Erik Prince

23. The Federal Bureau of Investigation

24. Felix Sater

25. Flynn Intel Group

26. General Services Administration

27. George Nader

28. George Papadopoulos

29. Hope Hicks

30. Irakly Kaveladze

31. Jared Kushner

32. Jason Maloni

33. Jay Sekulow

34. Jeff Sessions

35. Jerome Corsi

36. John Szobocsan

37. Julian Assange

38. Julian David Wheatland

39. Keith Davidson

40. KT McFarland

41. Mark Corallo

42. Matt Tait

43. Matthew Calamari

44. Michael Caputo

45. Michael Cohen

46. Michael Flynn

47. Michael Flynn Jr.

48. Paul Erickson

49. Paul Manafort

50. Peter Smith (Estate)

51. Randy Credico

52. Reince Priebus

53. Rhona Graff

54. Rinat Akhmetshin

55. Rob Goldstone

56. Roger Stone

57. Ronald Lieberman

58. Sam Nunberg

59. SCL Group Limited

60. Sean Spicer

61. Sheri Dillon

62. Stefan Passantino

63. Steve Bannon

64. Ted Malloch

65. The White House

66. The Trump Campaign

67. Trump Foundation

68. Trump Organization

69. Trump Transition

70. Viktor Vekselberg

71. WikiLeaks

72. The Presidential Inaugural Committee

73. Christopher Bancroft Burnham

74. Frontier Services Group

75. J.D. Gordon

76. Kushner Companies

77. National Rifle Association

78. Rick Gates

79. Tom Barrack

80. Tom Bossert

81. Tony Fabrizio