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REPORT: Jan. 6 Committee To Request Phone Companies Preserve 11 House Republicans' Records

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The Jan. Committee is expected to request that telecommunications companies preserve the phone records of eleven House Republicans, CNN reported Monday.
The Select Committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol riot is expected to request that telecommunications companies preserve the phone records of eleven House Republicans, CNN reported Monday.

The eleven members all have close ties to former President Donald Trump, whose records the committee is also expected to request, according to CNN. Democratic Mississippi Rep. Bennie Thompson, the committee chairman, previously requested that the National Archives preserve communications between all members of Congress and the Trump White House on Jan. 6.

FIRST ON @CNN: The 1/6 Committee will ask telecom companies to preserve the records of members of Congress and the Trump family who participated in the "Stop the Steal" rally.

We have the names.

w/ @ZcohenCNN @AnnieGrayerCNN & @WhitneyWReportshttps://t.co/3neKiWZOeF — Ryan Nobles (@ryanobles) August 30, 2021

The eleven Republicans named in the report are Colorado Rep.…
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