A text exchange between Ivanka Trump’s chief of staff Julie Radford and White House adviser Hope Hicks revealed their outrage over then-President Donald Trump’s actions on January 6, 2021, Professionally hurt them. Capitol Hill Riot.
On January 6, 2021, Hicks wrote to Radford, writing, “One day he ended all future opportunities not including speaking at the local Proud Boys chapter. I am unemployed. I am very Angry and upset, we look like domestic terrorists now.”
Hicks added: like the untouchables. God I’m so angry
Radford responded by texting, “I know I have no chance of finding a job,” indicating that he had already lost his job opportunity from Visa, and sent a “blow-off email.”
The new release is part of a constant stream of documents from the Commission and complements the release of a massive 845-page report. The latest comes when the House majority is set to change from Democrat to Republican on Tuesday at the start of the new Congress, and the panel will scale back its work.
In a text message, Hicks said, “Alyssa looks like a genius.” This is a clear reference to Alyssa Her Farrah Her Griffin resigning from her post as White House aide a month before her attack on the US Capitol.
Hicks and Radford then discussed Karlie Kloss, the supermodel stepmother of Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump, and tweeted that Trump’s reaction to the election was anti-American.
“Unreal,” Radford texted.
The commission also released transcripts of calls for days ending January 6, 2021, to provide more insight into who the former president and his allies were talking to as they plotted to stay in office. I got it completely. Whole house call log.
Logs are important for investigating panels that stitch together the timeline of events. There is a gap of seven hours in his log on January 6, but the Commission has made great efforts to fill that part of the timeline through witness interviews and other records.
The day before the US Capitol attack, Trump spoke with then-Vice President Mike Pence. After that conversation, Trump spoke with Pennsylvania Senator Doug Mastriano, who helped spread Trump’s election lies across the state. He left a note that said,
Trump also spoke with a number of members of Congress on Jan. 5, including Sen. Rand Paul, Sen. Lindsey Graham, and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy. The senator repeatedly tried to call, but was unsuccessful. Trump also spoke with John Eastman, who helped Trump create a fake election plan that day.
A Jan. 2 call transcript shows what happened shortly after Trump’s infamous hour-long call with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. Trump then zoomed in with then-attorney Rudy Giuliani and spoke on the phone with Chief of Staff Mark Meadows and later Steve Bannon.
On Jan. 3, Trump made multiple phone calls with former Justice Department official Jeffrey Clarke and Pennsylvania Republican Rep. Scott Perry.Call logs include Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen and Deputy Richard Donoghue. Reflects a series of calls with Department of Justice officials.
At 4:22 p.m. ET that day, Clark was listed as Acting Attorney General, but earlier in the day he wasn’t.
This story was updated with additional developments on Monday.