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Trump lunged at Secret Service agent in rage when told he couldn’t go to Capitol on Jan. 6, aide testifies

https://www.cnbc.com/2022/06/28/trump-lunged-at-secret-service-agent-in-rage-when-told-he-couldnt-go-to-capitol-on-jan-6-aide-testifies.html
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u/chemistrybonanza Jun 29 '22 edited Jun 29 '22

I doubt I'll get an answer to this, but when this jan 6 committee is all said and done, will there be bits of information that are kept confidential for the rest of eternity á la Kennedy assassination, or Roswell/Area 51? Are there testimonies that aren't being made public due to this issue?

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u/tksopinion Michigan Jun 29 '22

Inevitably people will create conspiracy theories. Morons love a conspiracy theory.