Overnight, the House January 6th committee subpoenaed the Secret Service over erased text messages from the day of the attack on the Capitol and the day before. In a letter to Congress, the Inspector General claimed the messages were erased after his office “requested records of electronic communications.” The Secret Service said some texts were wiped out during a planned cell phone migration, but that none requested by the Inspector General were lost. » Subscribe to NBC News: http://nbcnews.to/SubscribeToNBC
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Jan. 6 Committee Issues Subpoena To Secret Service Over Erased Text Messages