Greene texted White House chief of staff Mark Meadows 11 days after Jan. 6 to say several GOP congressmen wanted Trump “to call for Marshall law.”
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’ wife referenced several QAnon conspiracy theories in texts to Trump White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows.
A witness reportedly told the Jan. 6 committee that Meadows was on a call to plan the march to the Capitol that devolved into a deadly riot.
Mark Meadows registered his address as a mobile home, but the owner says Meadows “never spent a night in there.”
The National Archives and Records Administration collected 15 boxes of documents that Trump took improperly to Florida.
Hannity’s texts were released by the January 6 committee, which has asked the Fox News host to comply with its investigation.
He’s asked the Supreme Court to block the January 6 committee’s request for White House records from that day.
Fox News hosts Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham attacked the Jan. 6 House committee and Rep. Liz Cheney, who read their text messages in Congress.
“Well, the president’s right, it’s fake news,” the former White House chief of staff said on TV this week.
Kylie Kremer, of Women for America First, reportedly told an aide to pick up three burner phones and said it was “of the utmost importance” to use cash.
One House Republican who backed the infrastructure bill says he's been receiving threatening voicemails since the vote.
It also involves Italian military satellites.