Politic > Election

Meadows burned papers after meeting with Scott Perry, Jan. 6 panel told

1 month ago   |   By Politico

Then-White House chief of staff Mark Meadows burned papers in his office after meeting with a House Republican who was working to challenge the 2020 election, according to testimony the Jan. 6 select committee has heard from one of his former aides.
Cassidy Hutchinson, who worked under Meadows when he was former President Donald Trump's chief of staff, told the panel investigating the Capitol attack that she saw Meadows incinerate documents after a meeting in his office with Rep. Scott Perry. A person familiar with the testimony described it on condition of anonymity.
The Meadows-Perry...
Read more ...

 


Search by Tags

   Election      Republicans      Donald Trump  


Herschel Walker's Own Campaign Calls Him A Pathological Liar Who Is Mentally...

Herschel Walker lies so much to his own campaign that his own staff called him a pathological liar and questioned his mental fitness. Read more ...

Where in the world is Dr. Oz?

Where in the world is Dr. Oz?

PHILADELPHIA -- Mehmet Oz is trailing in polls. A key Republican has yet to endorse him since the celebrity doctor won the GOP nomination for Pennsylvania Senate more than a... Read more ...

Graham, Blumenthal visit Kyiv in first wartime bipartisan delegation to Ukraine

The Ukrainian leader specifically appealed to Graham and Blumenthal for air defense systems. Read more ...

House Dems invite gun manufacturing CEOs to testify after Illinois shooting

Democrats are under pressure to do Read more ...

The Media Is Trying To Foment A Race Against Trump - Lunch Alert!

This Dick Morris Lunch Alert! sponsored by Patriot Gold Group. Read more ...

Humbled in NBA free agency, Heat's Victor Oladipo says best is yet to come...

This is not how Victor Oladipo anticipated NBA free agency playing out, after working his way back from injury the past two seasons with the Miami Heat. So, he said Thursday... Read more ...

Boris Johnson's downfall was his own making

Boris Johnson's downfall was his own making

Boris Johnson always wanted to be Winston Churchill. Now, he's emulated his hero in at least one respect: he has been dragged from high office amid scandal. He fought until the... Read more ...

Minors rep asks Congress to restrict MLB antitrust exemption

The executive director of the nonprofit Advocates for Minor Leaguers has recommended that Congress enact legislation nullifying Major League Baseball's antitrust exemption as... Read more ...

Dangerous DeSantis Installs Loyalist as Newly Created Top ‘Election Cop'...

Ron DeSantis may simply avoid the entire issue up front by creating his own police force for elections and appointing its leader, despite the fact that there's no indication of... Read more ...

Brittney Griner pleads guilty in Russia drugs trial, Russian media reports

Brittney Griner pleads guilty in Russia drugs trial, Russian media reports

Russian news agencies say jailed American basketball star Brittney Griner has pleaded guilty to drug possession and smuggling charges during her trial in Moscow. The reports... Read more ...