Key texts between Trump DHS officials before Jan. 6 missing -Wash Post
WASHINGTON - Text messages between two top security officials from the Donald Trump administration for a key period before the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol are missing, the Washington Post said, citing unnamed people familiar with the matter. Messages between acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf and acting deputy secretary Ken Cuccinelli, the department's top officals at
More missing texts, this time from Trump DHS officials, raise new Jan. 6 questions
Missing text messages for top Trump administration Homeland Security officials in the days surrounding Jan. 6, 2021, are raising new questions about why the agency’s watchdog did not alert official…
Jan. 6 text messages from Homeland Security officials were deleted, report says
Text messages from the two top officials in the Department of Homeland Security around the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol were reportedly inexplicably deleted and may not be able to be recovered.