Donald Trump Submitted Empty Phone Records To Jan 6 Riot Committee


Donald Trump phone records were finally submitted to Jan. 6 riot committee after a year of trying to get him to submit his records. However according to CBS News chief Robert Costa and Washington Post’s Bob Woodward; the former president of the U.S. had no records of calls for 457 minutes; from 11:17 a.m. to 6:54 p.m. on Jan. 6. The phone records show a gap of seven hours and 37 minutes of no phone usage during which included the moments when the riot descended on the U.S. Capitol.

Nonetheless, earlier this year; the House select committee investigation team received an official 11 page record that was submitted by the National Archives; of Trump’s daily activities along with the White House switchboard call log. The records revealed that Trump spoke with 19 people altogether on Jan. 6.

However, the contrasting activity within the phone records consequently bring on an investigation by the House panel. The objective is to see if Trump communicated on the day of the riot through other forms of communication backhandedly. Additionally, the committee is investigating additional hidden records not submitted by Trump. Not to mention, it doesn’t help that former White House chief strategist Stephen K. Bannon said on his podcast that “all hell was going to break loose tomorrow”; the day before the attack happened on Jan. 5.


Donald Trump responded to the sneaky commuication allegation on Monday in a statment saying: “I have no idea what a burner phone is; to the best of my knowledge I have never even heard the term”.

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