1/6 Committee Vice-Chair Liz Cheney said that the Committee has a number of interesting documents, including the texts from Mark Meadows’ private cell phone.
Cheney tweeted an update on the Committee’s progress:
Meadows appears to be trying to get back into Trump’s good graces with his civil lawsuit against the Committee and refusal to comply with the subpoena and testify, but it looks like the damage was already done.
The 1/6 Committee has the private texts of Donald Trump’s Chief of Staff. Meadows was heavily involved in the coup plot, but he is just one of the nearly 300 witnesses that have provided information.
Donald Trump’s efforts to slow down and stop the Committee have been a total failure.
Mark Meadows may have thought that he was not turning over anything significant when he handed over his text messages, but now that Trump is no longer in power, he and his allies have no idea what the Committee has or how information that may seem irrelevant to witnesses could be important to the investigation.
Meadows is going to be referred to the Justice Department for criminal contempt next week, and he may have already cooperated enough to strengthen the case against Donald Trump.
Jason is the managing editor. He is also a White House Press Pool and a Congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements.
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