'He decided not to act': Jan. 6 board subtleties Trump's activities during Capitol revolt

While agitators crushed through police lines at the Capitol on Jan. 6,

2021, Donald Trump requested helpers for a rundown from

representatives to call as he kept on chasing after ways to upset his loss.

"He needed a rundown of legislators," previous White House press

secretary Kayleigh McEnany said in recorded declaration,

broadcasted by the Jan. 6 select board at a formal proceeding Thursday night.

McEnany didn't recognize which congresspersons called Trump,

however one of them was Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Ala.), who has

recently portrayed getting a call from the then-president similarly as

he and Pence were being emptied, as the horde infringed on the

Senate chamber. The select board likewise uncovered in its eighth

mid-year hearing, booked during early evening, that Trump lawyer

Rudy Giuliani had called a large group of other GOP legislators on

the night of the assault — apparently to support for proceeding to challenge the 2020 political decision.