The Supreme Court, in an 8 to 1 decision, will let the January 6 committee have Trump's records relating to the untoward happenings of that day. The House committee had asked for a trove of documents related to the events surrounding the riot, including records of communication between the White House and the Justice Department leading up to Jan. 6.
Trump objected, asserting executive privilege, but President Joe Biden declined to back up that assertion. Instead, he directed the National Archives to hand over the material.
Now the court has spoken and the veil will be lifted on the attempted coup and insurrection. Should be interesting. And also interesting is the fact that the only dissenter today was one Justice Clarence Thomas, whose MAGA stalwart wife Ginni once cheered on the rioters.
Shameless. Only 13 Republican house members voted for last year's infrastructure bill. Now many of the rest of them are clamoring to take credit for it.
Innocent much? Eric Trump and Trump Organization Chief Financial Officer Allen Weisselberg invoked their Fifth Amendment rights more than 500 times when questioned by the New York attorney general’s office for its investigation into the company’s finances, according to a Tuesday court filing.