Mark Meadows on FBI informant in Capitol riot crowd: 'There is a whole lot that needs to come out'

Mark Meadows on FBI informant in Capitol riot crowd: 'There is a whole lot that needs to come out'


The public does not know the full story about the Capitol riot, according to a top confidant of former President Donald Trump.

Mark Meadows, former White House chief of staff when a throng of Trump supporters stormed their way into the U.S. Capitol complex on Jan. 6, made the comment responding to a new report about the presence of an FBI informant in the crowd.

“I can tell you that there is a whole lot that needs to come out,” he told Newsmax host Steve Cortes on Tuesday.

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Meadows declined to get into more specifics, acknowledging he has been subpoenaed , along with three other Trump administration aides, by the select House committee investigating the Capitol siege.

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The New York Times reported over the weekend that an informant embedded with the far-right Proud Boys texted an FBI handler during the Capitol riot, suggesting federal law

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