Former President Donald Trump’s political ally Steve Bannon on Monday surrendered to the FBI on charges of criminal contempt of Congress stemming from his refusal to cooperate with the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.

Bannon on Friday was charged with two counts of contempt for failure to comply with a committee subpoena to produce any records and testify about what he knew about the assault.

On the way into the FBI’s Washington Field Office to turn himself in, Bannon cut a promo on one of his social media accounts for his radio show, advising his supporters to not “take their eye off the ball.”

“We’re taking down the Biden regime,” Bannon said, while not directly addressing the contempt of Congress charges against him.

“I want you guys to stay focused and stay on message. Remember signal, not noise, this is all noise, that’s signal,” he said before saluting before the camera.

Bannon was seen walking in with his lawyer, David Schoen, who represented Trump in his second Senate trial.