Jan. 6 House Panel Set to Vote on Holding Meadows in Contempt
On Monday, the House panel investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol Insurrection is set vote on holding former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows in contempt.
The move was made after Meadows' lawyer said he would no longer be cooperating with the panel.
The nine-member panel also released a report detailing Meadows' attempts to help former President Trump overturn his defeat in the election as well as an email from Meadows' in which he says the National Guard would be present on Jan. 6 to "protect pro Trump people."
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