The United States Congress found Mark Meadows, the former United States President’s chief of staff, in criminal contempt of Congress by refusing to comply with a subpoena and testify in front of a congressional committee regarding what he knows about the events of January 6, 2021.

As Trump’s chief of staff, Meadows would be in a position to know many things about President Trump’s state of mind while the January 6th storming of the United States’ Capital was taking place.

Meadows submitted over six thousand pages of testimony to the January 6th committee and published a book recalling the events of the January 6th storming of the United States Capitol and his communications to Trump that day.