President Donald Trump's previous National Security Adviser John Bolton is being examined for conceivably revealing arranged data when he distributed his journal in June.
The US Department of Justice dispatched a criminal case in the wake of neglecting to stop the distribution of The Room Where It Happened book.
Mr Bolton denies all the allegations.
In the book, Mr Trump is portrayed as a president uninformed of international realities.
Mr Bolton, who filled in as MrTrump's public security counselor in 2018-19, additionally affirms the president's choices are driven by a longing for re-appointment
At the hour of distribution, President Trump clarified that he needed his previous assistant indicted, depicting him as "horribly awkward" and "a liar".
The case would zero in on Mr Bolton's case that his composition had gone through a pre-distribution public security audit, and claims by pundits that it didn't finish that survey.
An excellent jury assembled by the Department of Justice has now officially gave summons to the Simon and Schuster distributing organization and the Javelin Agency, which speaks to Mr Bolton.
In an announcement, Mr Bolton's attorney Charles J. Cooper stated: "Envoy Bolton unequivocally dismisses any case that he acted inappropriately, not to mention criminally, regarding the distribution of his book, and he will collaborate completely, as he has all through, with any official investigation into his direct."
What does the book say about President Trump?
Huge numbers of Mr Bolton's claims depend on private discussions and are difficult to check.
Among them are the accompanying cases:
President Trump looked for help from Chinese President Xi Jinping to win the 2020 vote, focusing on the "significance of ranchers and expanded Chinese acquisition of soybeans and wheat in the appointive result"
He likewise said China's development of internment camps in the Xinjiang district was the "correct activity"
President Trump was happy to mediate in criminal examinations "to, as a result, give individual courtesies to despots he preferred". Mr Bolton said Mr Trump was eager to help Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan over a case including a Turkish organization
The US chief said attacking Venezuela would be "cool" and that the South American country was "actually important for the United States"
Mr Trump was ignorant the UK was an atomic force and once inquired as to whether Finland was essential for Russia
Only days before the book's distribution, President Trump said the book was "comprised of falsehoods and phony stories".
"Huge numbers of the absurd explanations he credits to me were rarely made, unadulterated fiction. Simply attempting to settle the score for terminating him like the debilitated little dog he is!" Mr Trump said in a tweet.