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“We’re basically triangulating from a lot of different angles and we’re getting a full picture of what happened leading up to and on the day of Jan. 6,” Democratic Rep. Stephanie Murphy told CNN+.
The 11 pages of the White House Presidential Diary, which is a record of the president’s day-to-day activities, and White House call logs show phone conversations Trump had with at least eight people on the morning of Jan. 6 and 11. people that night — with no notes of calls from 11:17 a.m. ET to 6:54 p.m., according to the Post and CBS, who obtained the records.
The lack of documentation of Trump’s phone calls so far has left congressional investigators gaping in their understanding of what happened in January, but Murphy insisted Wednesday that the panel will eventually get the information it seeks.
“What I always say is whether it’s a witness who doesn’t want to work with us or if there are gaps in the documentation we’ve received, we’ll get that information some other way,” the Florida Democrat said. “Those conversations weren’t one-way conversations. There was someone on the other end of those conversations, and that’s how we get that information.”
A former Trump White House aide told CNN that Trump’s calls on personal cell phones were rarely tracked or recorded.