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House Investigators Obtain Records Of Phone Calls Trump Made To Lawyer Who Pushed DOJ To Overturn Election On Jan 6



The House Select Committee investigating the Capitol riots on January 6th, 2021 has revealed that former President Donald Trump had “multiple phone calls” on the day of the insurrection with an attorney who had pushed the United States Department of Justice to overturn the results of the 2020 election.

According to the findings of the committee attorney Kurt Olsen not only talked with Trump repeatedly on January 6th, but also “reportedly prepared a draft executive order for then-President Trump that would have directed the Department of Justice to ‘take voter action'” and overturn President Joe Biden’s victory.

Previous reports about Olsen have indicated that he rose from relative obscurity to become a favorite of Trump’s after he began promoting theories about ways to overturn the results of the election.

As The Daily Beast reported last year, “Olsen’s name also appeared on a memo that was hand-delivered to Trump in his very last days in office — a memo that also appeared to include a recommendation on resorting to ‘martial law if necessary.'”