The Independent reports:
A fresh batch of transcripts released by the committee investigating the Capitol riots on Tuesday revealed Ms Hutchinson’s testimony from May in which she had told the committee that she saw Mr Meadows burn documents in his office fireplace around a dozen times – about once or twice a week – between December 2020 and mid January 2021.
She said that the general administration staff were asked to light the fireplace in the morning and additional logs were kept next to it and in his closet. The transcripts revealed Mr Meadows burned documents at least twice after meetings with Republican Rep. Scott Perry, who has been linked to the efforts to use the DOJ to overturn the 2020 election.
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Former Trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows burned documents at the White House about a “dozen” times, his ex-aide Cassidy Hutchinson testified before the House Jan. 6 committeehttps://t.co/B0IcZ7XyTN
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