Trump phone logs from January 6 Has a seven-hour period, says report

White House phone logs turned over to the House select committee investigating the January 6, 2021 congressional riots show an unexplained seven-hour gap, according to a report released Thursday morning. Three.

File obtained by Bob Woodward washington articles and CBS News’ Robert Costa revealed a flaw in Donald Trump’s phone records from 11:17 a.m. to 6:54 p.m. — the time period during which thousands of his supporters infiltrated the Capitol in an attempt to riot. efforts to prevent a joint session of Congress certifying Joe Biden. election victory.

In a joint report published by parcelWoodward and Costa note that the January 6 committee was handed 11 pages of records by the National Archives, including call logs from the White House switchboard – but with a gap of 457 minutes.

They wrote: “The House Board of Directors is currently investigating whether Trump communicated that day through secondary channels, aides’ phones, or personal disposable phones, known as ‘phones’ record’ ‘, citing anonymous sources with knowledge of the investigation.

Trump himself told the newspaper in a statement Monday night: “I have no idea what a phone with a burner is, to the best of my knowledge I’ve never even heard of the term.”

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