Tweets depicting President Biden as Adolf Hitler triggered rebuke, but the Georgia congresswoman has made several questionable remarks in the past.
The National Archives will consult with the Justice Department “on whether ‘to initiate an action for the recovery of records unlawfully removed,’” according to a letter to Congress.
During a nearly five-hour interview with the committee investigating the insurrection at the Capitol, the conservative activist reiterated the debunked claims of election fraud, according to Chairman Bennie G. Thompson (D-Miss.).
It’s unclear when the much-anticipated daytime hearing will be rescheduled.
The former Republican Congressman’s book, titled “The Breach,” is set to be published Tuesday and is billed as a “behind-the-scenes” look at the Jan. 6 committee’s work.
The legal dispute could impact the Justice Department’s ongoing investigation.
The conservative activist and wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas will be interviewed by the committee in the coming weeks.
Testimony from a former White House aide is the first indication that he sought a pardon.
The 2021 assertion to the National Archives vastly misrepresented the scale and variety of documents, including classified records, later recovered from Trump’s property.