Ginni Thomas’s attorney, Mark Paoletta, confirmed the voluntary interview in a statement, saying, “As she has said from the outset, Ms. Thomas is eager to answer the Commission’s questions to do so. clears up any misconceptions about her work in relation to the 2020 election. She looks forward to that opportunity.”
“I am asking the Commission to provide a better justification for why Ms. Thomas’ testimony is relevant to the Commission’s legislative purposes,” he wrote in the letter obtained by CNN.
The attorneys’ response follows a June 16 letter from the committee asking Thomas to meet with the panel in July and provide documents that may be relevant to the investigation.
The committee has email correspondence between Thomas and President Donald Trump’s former election attorney John Eastman, as well as documents between her and Meadows. The texts show Thomas urging Meadows to continue his fight to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election.
Thomas’s attorney said in the letter in June that his client was “ready to appear” and “desired to have her name clarified”, but without further information from the committee, he feared that she She was asked to “continue the baseless harassment. she has suffered since January 6.”
“There is no story to tell here,” he said in the letter.
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