March 7, 2022

Jan. 6 Panel Acquires Trump’s Visitor Logs

The National Archives has delivered former President Donald Trump’s White House visitor logs to the House Jan. 6 committee.

“Yesterday, the select committee received additional production of records from the National Archives,” a committee aide said. “This included records that the former president attempted to keep hidden behind claims of privilege.”

The National Archives also turned over records from former Vice President Mike Pence.

Trump had tried to block the release of the visitor logs citing executive privilege, but President Joe Biden rejected his claim “in light of the urgency” of the committee’s work and Congress’s “compelling need.”

Several courts, including the Supreme Court, have ruled against Trump’s attempts to block the release of various records to the committee.


National Archives turns over Trump White House logs to January 6 panel

One comment on “Jan. 6 Panel Acquires Trump’s Visitor Logs

  1. Glen says:

    Oh, No,
    Now Pelosi will find out both Adolf Hitler and Joseph Stalin were actually coordinating the Insurrection.
    [ For those that do not know me, that is Sarcasm. }

    Life would really be tough if Pelosi had to do the job she was elected to do and fix things instead of just destroying America.

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