McEnany was absent on Wednesday from “Outnumbered,” the lunch hour show she usually co-hosts on Fox.
According to a National Archives disclosure made in court in October, the committee is seeking 629 pages from several binders containing proposed talk points for the press secretary, linked to a relatively small number of related statements and documents, mainly related to the allegations. Voter fraud, election security, and other topics related to the 2020 election.”
The original subpoena of McEnany’s committee shows a specific interest in his public statements related to spreading misinformation about the 2020 election results. As press secretary, McEnany served in one of the most visible roles in the Trump administration. He spoke not only from White House lectures, but also from campaign headquarters as a spokesman.
The committee specifically pointed to several of his public statements as contributing to the belief that there was something wrong with the election.
“We need to know what role the former president and his aides played,” Democratic Representative Benny Thompson of Mississippi, who chaired the committee, said in a statement at the time of McEnany’s summons, along with other former White House officials. .. in efforts to block the counting of electoral votes and if they were in contact with anyone outside the White House who was attempting to reverse the outcome of the election.”
This story has been updated with additional details on Wednesday.