Bernie Kerik plans to publicly release documents demanded by Jan. 6 committee


“As I have stated from the beginning, Mr. Kerik is happy to provide all of the responsive documents, as well as to sit and answer all appropriate questions regarding these matters,” Parlatore said in the letter.

The committee subpoenaed Kerik on Nov. 8, seeking information about his work with Giuliani, as well as his involvement in the so-called “war room” at the Willard Hotel, where Trump allies met to strategize about preventing Congress from certifying Joe Biden’s victory. The letter that accompanied the subpoena incorrectly suggested Kerik was present in the war room on Jan. 5, leading to an apology demand from Kerik.

Kerik had previously agreed to testify to the Jan. 6 committee if it permitted him to do so in public. His offer drew a positive statement from former President Donald Trump, who said he was willing to waive attorney-client privilege to permit Kerik to…

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