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WATCH: MSNBC Contributor Explains Trump’s 1/6 Commission Investigation Meltdown

WATCH: MSNBC Contributor Explains Trump’s 1/6 Commission Investigation Meltdown

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Donald Trump expects that anyone who has ever worked for him will stay loyal. And if those people have to go to jail for that loyalty, as Michael Cohen did, it doesn’t bother the former president.

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For the most part, Trump’s former staffers have protected him from the current investigation into January 6th. Some, though, like Mark Meadows, handed over documents. During a recent interview with MSNBC, Hugo Lowell discussed how the investigation increasingly backs Trump into a corner.

Host Lindsey Reiser asked, “You write the former president appears deeply unnerved. You wrote, quote: ‘Donald Trump is increasingly agitated by the House select committee investigating the capitol attack according to sources familiar with the matter and appears anxious he might be implicated in the sprawling inquiry into the insurrection even as he protests his innocence. What more do you know about what’s going through his head right now?”

The Guardian scribe responded:

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“He’s furious with Mark Meadows, his former White House chief of staff for cooperating with the committee and turning over documents that were pretty damning and pretty incriminating. He was especially upset when the committee started reading out these text messages that Meadows received and sent to lawmakers and received from Fox News hosts about the Capitol attack and he exclaimed at the TV and swore at the coverage.”

Lowell continued, “You know, this is one of the things that upsets him most: negative coverage. He’s also upset with aides for invoking Fifth Amendment protections before they go before the committee because he thinks it makes them look weak, and he’s worried this could all bounce back at him and make it look as though he is involved in a crime. He’s really furious and having a bit of a meltdown at the direction of the investigation.”

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