If Meadows has been writing a book on his Trump regime days, how many others may have them in progress? Have they sent drafts to their publishers? Would that work be admissible testimony for the Jan 6 committee?
What we are beginning to see are signs that, with so many people involved on Trump’s side planning The Steal, many of them have been advised by attorneys that a tell-all book might be a lifeboat for them legally, and also a good way to pay their expected six-figure defense legal bills.
The biggest surprise for me below is the news of Meadows having turned over ‘thousands’ of emails to the committee. Trump might be taking some antacids when he hears that news.
The Holy Grail for the Committee, with its announcement of expecting to be publicly presenting a detailed chronology on how the Jan 6 event unfolded, will be its using source material from those inside the Trump effort to throw the election.
Two hundred and fifty witnesses to date is a boatload of information. Yesterday’s news stories had tales of the committee has had a deep staff of highly experienced investigators helping to quickly sift through all the information they were getting, and timelining it.