January 6 Capitol attack investigating House select committee member Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md.) said on Sunday that phone calls involving then-President Trump are under scrutiny.
He noted that there was more than a seven-hour gap in former President Trump’s phone log on the day of the violent attack.
Pressed by moderator Margaret Brennan on CBS’s “Face the Nation” if he has any insight on the seven-hour and 37-minute phone gap in Trump’s January 6 phone logs, Raskin posited that the break-in calls are “very unusual.”
“It’s a very unusual thing for us to find that suddenly everything goes dark for a seven-hour period in terms of tracking the movements and conversations of the president,” said Raskin.
“And some things we’ve been able to piece together from other people’s interviews and depositions that we know took place during that time. We are aware of other phone calls that took place during that time that included the president, but we have no comprehensive fine-grained portrait of what was going on during that period, and that’s obviously of intense interest to us,” he said further.
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