The committee sent letters seeking a range of information, including Trump’s schedule and correspondence that day.
The probe could have major implications for members of Congress with ties to the attack.
Brooks’s statement seemed to align with the false conspiracy theories the bomb threat suspect had expressed.
The call logs may signal who might be subpoenaed to uncover what was discussed with Trump during the Capitol attack.
Journalist Grant Stern asked McCarthy why he opposed the formation of a commission to investigate the Capitol attack.
The Republican Attorneys General Association’s nonprofit arm sent robocalls to boost turnout on January 6.
“Nobody actually believes the election was stolen … but a lot of them are happy to go out and say it was,” he said.
Among the Olympic sponsors who made commitments to halt donations, about half appear to have held their promise.
Video footage shows former Rep. Mike Nearman opening the door for the far right mob, who then clashed with police.
The admission by the Trump-allied congressman could result in his being subpoenaed by the commission to testify.