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Eight hours missing from Trump's call list

Eight hours missing from Trump’s call list

Donald Trump’s call log from the day of the Capitol storm shows an eight-hour gap. An investigation is now being opened.

The basics in brief

  • On the day of the storming of the Capitol, there is an eight-hour gap in Trump’s call history.
  • The investigation committee examines possible unknown channels of communication.

In the list of official calls of the then President of the United States Donald Trump gaps On the day of the storming of the Capitol An eight hour gap in early 2021. The U-committee is examining possible informal channels of communication.

Washington Post and TV station CBS On Tuesday I reported that they were on the White House list On January 6, 2021 There are no phone calls listed between 11:17 AM and 6:54 PM.

This equates to a gap of 457 minutes, or seven hours and 37 minutes. At that time there was a victory Joe Biden You must be certified in the November 2020 presidential election.

The National Archives handed over the call log, along with a number of other documents, to the Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry into the storming of the Capitol Building. menu appears That Trump in the morning Call at least eight people during the Capitol storm and eleven in the evening. However, there are several media reports that Trump was on the phone all day on January 6.

According to the Washington Post, investigators on the inquiry are investigating whether Trump communicated through unofficial channels. For example, via employee cell phones or disposable cell phones, i.e. prepaid cell phones that are disposed of after a short period of use. A deputy told the newspaper that a possible “cover-up” in the list of official calls was being examined.

Trump sticks to his opinion

“I have no idea what a disposable cell phone is, as far as I know, I’ve never heard of that term,” Trump told the Washington Post. To this day, the right-wing populist has not conceded his electoral defeat against Biden.

He talks about massive electoral fraud, and on January 6, 2021, he called his supporters on January 6, 2021, in an incendiary speech, to march to the Capitol and fight “whatever the hell.” As a result, hundreds of supporters stormed the parliament building. The storming of the Capitol, with five people dead, has caused panic around the world.

It is considered a black day in the history of American democracy. The Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry wants to reveal the role of Trump and his environment in the storming of the Capitol. This also includes the question of who communicated with whom and when.

In early March, the U.S. Commission accused Trump of a “criminal conspiracy” in a court document. On Monday, a federal judge said it was “fairly likely” that the 75-year-old had committed a crime. He tried to obstruct the congressional hearing to certify Biden’s victory in the elections.

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