Today's edition of quick hits:
* The latest step: "A House committee issued subpoenas Friday ordering Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Charles Rettig to turn over President Trump's tax returns by next Friday at 5 p.m., according to copies of the subpoenas provided by the committee."
* Baker will be on with Rachel tonight: "Former top FBI lawyer James Baker offered a robust defense Friday of the bureau's investigation into President Trump and his 2016 campaign, taking aim at Trump's allegation that the inquiry was tantamount to a coup and describing how he sought to ensure agents' work was on solid legal footing."
* Is this really a good idea? "The Pentagon is shifting $1.5 billion in funds originally targeted for support of the Afghan security forces and other projects to help pay for construction of 80 miles of wall at the U.S.-Mexican border, officials said Friday. Congress was notified of the move Friday."
* I'm not at all sure what, exactly, Trump would be able to say if Tehran did call: "President Donald Trump has a message for Iran's leaders as tensions flare over the Islamic Republic's nuclear program: 'Call me.'"
* HUD: "The Department of Housing and Urban Development acknowledged that a Trump administration plan to purge undocumented immigrants from public housing could displace more than 55,000 children who are all legal U.S. residents or citizens."
* Hmm: "In a highly unusual move, national security adviser John Bolton convened a meeting at CIA headquarters last week with the Trump administration's top intelligence, diplomatic and military advisers to discuss Iran, according to six current U.S. officials."
* This story is far from done: "The FBI has opened a public corruption investigation into Republican donor and South Florida massage-parlor entrepreneur Li "Cindy" Yang, focusing on whether she illegally funneled money from China into the president's re-election effort or committed other potential campaign-finance violations, the Miami Herald has learned."
* Daniel Hale: "Federal prosecutors in Virginia charged a former United States intelligence analyst with providing classified information to a reporter, according to unsealed court documents.... This is the third case in which someone was prosecuted after providing [The Intercept] outlet with classified information."