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Letter to the Hon. Monty Wilkinson, Acting Attorney General of the United States Department of Justice - Senate Judiciary Committee Democrats Seek Answers About DOJ's Role In Trump's Scheme To Overturn The 2020 Election

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Dear Acting Attorney General Wilkinson:

On January 22, The New York Times reported astonishing details about an alleged plot between then-President Donald Trump and then-Acting Assistant Attorney General of the Civil Division Jeffrey Bossert Clark to use the Department of Justice to further Trump's efforts to subvert the results of the 2020 presidential election.[1] These efforts culminated on January 6, when Trump incited a violent mob that attacked Congress as it counted the electoral votes and prepared to affirm President Biden's victory. The information revealed by this story raises deeply troubling questions regarding the Justice Department's role in Trump's scheme to overturn the election.

The Senate Judiciary Committee will conduct vigorous oversight of these matters. As a first step, we seek your immediate assurance that the Department will preserve all relevant materials in its possession, custody, or control. Please also produce the following materials as soon as possible, but no later than February 8, 2021:

All documents and communications, including emails, text messages, and calendar entries, referring or related to the reported December 15 meeting between then-President Trump and then-Acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen and reported follow-up calls and meetings between President Trump and Mr. Rosen;
All documents and communications, including emails, text messages, and calendar entries, referring or related to reported complaints President Trump made to Justice Department leaders regarding then-U.S. Attorney Byung J. Pak prior to Pak's resignation;
All documents and communications, including emails, text messages, and calendar entries, regarding a reported draft letter that Mr. Clark prepared and requested be sent to Georgia state legislators; and
All documents and communications, including emails, text messages, and calendar entries, involving the reported January 3 White House meeting involving Mr. Clark and Mr. Rosen.
Thank you for your attention to this request.

Sincerely,


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