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[BREAKING] CNN Shares Texts to Mark Meadows From Ivanka Trump, Sean Hannity, Marjorie Taylor Greene, and Others

[BREAKING] CNN Shares Texts to Mark Meadows From Ivanka Trump, Sean Hannity, Marjorie Taylor Greene, and Others

CNN has obtained and shared 2,319 text messages that Donald Trump’s former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows exchanged with members of Congress, Fox News hosts, and members of Trump’s family between Election Day 2020 and President Joe Biden’s January 20, 2021 inauguration.

Once the GOP had time to recover from the attack on the Capitol, they began constructing a narrative to reframe the insurrection as a “peaceful protest” where “Antifa and BLM” posed as Trump supporters. But the information seen in the conversations Meadows himself selectively provided to the January 6th House Select Committee gives the public the most revealing picture to date of how Trump’s inner circle of supporters and Republican lawmakers initially reacted to the violence their efforts ultimately unleashed at the Capitol on January 6th. But even more telling is how they all clearly worked behind the scenes to try to overturn the election results.

MIAMI, FLORIDA – JULY 10: White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows (L) disembarks from Air Force One with U.S. President Donald Trump at Miami International Airport on July 10, 2020 in Miami, Florida. Trump visited the U.S. Southern Command, met with Venezuelan exiles at a roundtable event, and attended a campaign fundraiser. (Photo by Johnny Louis/Getty Images)

The never texts include messages from Trump’s daughter Ivanka Trump, son-in-law Jared Kushner, and son Donald Trump Jr., as well as White House and campaign officials, Cabinet members, Republican Party leaders, January 6th rally organizers, Rudy Giuliani, “My Pillow Guy” Mike Lindell, Sean Hannity, and other Fox hosts. There are also text exchanges with more than 40 current and former Republican members of Congress, including Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas and Reps. Jim Jordan (R-OH), Mo Brooks (R-AL), and Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), who sent a text asking about “Marshall Law.”

This is a continuing and developing story, please check back for updates. Read the texts on CNN’s website.

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