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."
* I guess Trump didn't intimidate him: "Fox analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano on Wednesday let loose on Attorney General Bill Barr and his handling of the Russia probe in a fiery Fox News op-ed."
* This is an incoherent posture: "The Trump administration is arguing in court that the entire Affordable Care Act should be struck down as unconstitutional. But at the same time, Justice Department lawyers recently suggested that federal judges could salvage its anti-fraud provisions, raising questions about keeping other parts as well."
Anything to add? Consider this an open thread.