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New evidence implicates Trump with assault on US Capitol

New evidence implicates Trump with assault on US Capitol

Washington, Nov 24 (Prensa Latina) A study revealed today that the organizers of the "Stop the Steal" demonstration, which preceded the attack on the Capitol in January, reportedly communicated with relatives and officials of the administration of former President Donald Trump.
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According to a report in Rolling Stone magazine, Kylie Kremer, an organizer of the rally that took place in D.C.’s Ellipse Park, had an aide buy three disposable phones a few days before January 6.

Kremer said it was “of the utmost importance” that the phones be purchased with cash, a source told the magazine she was a member of the pro-Trump march team.

The organizer kept one of the phones, while another was reportedly handed over to her mother, Amy Kremer, who also participated in the demonstration. Sources could not say to whom the third was delivered.

According to the American magazine, the phones were used to communicate with high-ranking members of Trump’s inner circle, including his son Eric Trump, his daughter-in-law and former campaign official Lara Trump, and former White House chief of staff Mark. Meadows.

“The phones were being purchased in the middle of planning the event at the Elipse. She needed disposable phones in order to communicate with high-level people,” said the sources, whose identities were not disclosed.

Representatives for Donald Trump, Eric Trump, and Kim Kremer did not respond to The Hill’s request for comment.

Rolling Stone reported last month that Trump administration officials and many of his GOP allies were involved in planning the January 6 violent incident, in which five people were killed.

The magazine singled out Republicans Marjorie Taylor Greene, Paul Gosar, Lauren Boebert, Mo Brooks, Madison Cawthorn, Andy Biggs and Louie Gohmert.

Meadows, who was summoned by the House Select Committee on January 6, would have been “one hundred percent informed of what was happening,” according to Stop the Steal organizers.

The committee recently demanded to know if Meadows was using a private cell phone on Jan.6 and requested text messages for that day, but has yet to receive them.


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