- Former President Donald Trump endorsed Georgia Rep. Barry Loudermilk for Congress.
- The Jan. 6 committee despatched a letter Thursday requesting Loudermilk adjust to their investigation.
- Loudermilk admitted on Thursday that he led a Capitol tour on Jan. 5, 2021.
Former President Donald Trump gave his “Complete and Total Endorsement” to Georgia Rep. Barry Loudermilk, who’s being probed by the January 6 committee for a tour he gave the day earlier than the riot.
“Congressman Barry Loudermilk is a fantastic Representative for the incredible people of Georgia’s 11th Congressional District,” Trump mentioned, The Hill reported.
“A U.S. Air Force veteran, Barry is working hard to Support our Vets, Grow the Economy, Lower Gas Prices, Secure our Border, Defend the Second Amendment, and Shrink the Size and Scope of the Federal Government by holding it accountable for unacceptable performance – just like we did with Accountability at the VA! Barry Loudermilk has my Complete and Total Endorsement!”
The US House of Representatives Select Committee to Investigate the January sixth Attack on the United States Capitol requested Loudermilk meet with them in a letter despatched on Thursday. In the letter, the fee mentioned they discovered proof contradicting Republican claims that there was no proof of excursions occurring on the day earlier than the riot.
Loudermilk admitted in a press release Thursday that he introduced a “constituent family” on a tour the day earlier than the riot, however mentioned the household didn’t enter the Capitol constructing on Jan 6.
“The facts speak for themselves; no place that the family went on the 5th was breached on the 6th, the family did not enter the Capitol grounds on the 6th, and no one in that family has been investigated or charged in connection to January 6th,” the assertion learn.
Representatives for Trump and Loudermilk didn’t instantly reply to Insider’s request for remark.