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StoryGraph Biggest Story 2021-12-10 -- executive privilege (7), trump trying (5), president biden’s (5), for two weeks (5), court appeals (5)

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Trump Unanimously Loses Appeal To Hide Docs From The 1/6 Committee

The DC Appeals Court has unanimously ruled against Donald Trump in his bid to hide documents from the 1/6 Committee.

Watch Adam Schiff Crush House Republican Who Tries To Challenge Him On Trump/Russia Collusion

Rep. James Comer (R-KY) tried to challenge Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff (D-CA) on Trump/Russia collusion and got crushed.

The 1/6 Committee Has Bombshell Evidence That Trump Was Ready To Declare A National Emergency To Stay In Power

Among the documents turned over to the 1/6 Committee by Mark Meadows is an email on how Trump could declare a national emergency to stay in power.

Trump Should Start Panicking As The 1/6 Committee Has Mark Meadows’ Private Texts

1/6 Committee Vice-Chair Liz Cheney said that the Committee has a number of interesting documents, including the texts from Mark Meadows' private cell phone.

Analysis: Supreme Court endgame looms over Trump's January 6 tango with Congress

Former President Donald Trump's efforts to block the release of potentially damning White House records hit a new snag in court -- but his promise to appeal all but guarantees the final call will land with the Supreme Court.

Appeals Court Rejects Trump’s Bid to Shield Material From Jan. 6 Inquiry

A three-judge panel held that Congress’s oversight powers, backed by President Biden’s decision not to invoke executive privilege over the material, outweighed Mr. Trump’s residual secrecy powers.

Trump White House records can be released in Jan. 6 probe pending Supreme Court review, appeals court rules

Appeals court rejects Trump bid to keep Jan. 6 White House records secret from Congress. Former president Donald Trump set to ask Supreme Court to review before release.

Appeals court rejects Trump's bid to keep January 6 documents from House committee

A federal appeals court Thursday ruled against former President Donald Trump in his effort to block his White House records from being released to the House select committee investigating January 6.

Analysis: January 6 committee projects confidence. What does it know?

While Trump true-believers like former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows are loudly not cooperating with the House committee investigating the January 6 insurrection, a flurry of activity behind the scenes suggests progress for the inquiry.

Appeals court denies Trump effort to block White House records from Jan. 6 investigators

The court gave the former president two weeks to seek an appeal before the order takes effect.

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