The January 6 committee has released new internal documents in their investigation into Donald Trump. In the new release, they found that Trump had attempted to trademark several phrases.
Jared Kushner, Trump’s son-in-law, reportedly provided the committee with emails that reportedly showed then-President Donald Trump had given an aide a list of phrases that he wanted to trademark. The email was sent days after Election Day in 2020.
On Nov. 9, 2020, then-Trump aide Dan Scavino emailed Kushner, saying: “Hey Jared! POTUS wants to trademark/own rights to below, I don’t know who to see – or ask…I don’t know who to take to.”
Two phrases were put in bold: “Save America PAC!” and “Rigged Election!”
Kushner then forwarded the request and discussed it on an email chain that included Eric Trump, the president’s son; Alex Cannon, a Trump campaign lawyer; Sean Dollman, the chief financial officer of Trump’s 2020 campaign; and Justin Clark, a Trump campaign lawyer.
“Guys – can we do ASAP please?” Kushner wrote, to which Eric responded: “Both web URLs are already registered. Save America PAC was registered October 23 of this year. Was that done by the campaign?”
Dollman added, “‘Save America PAC’ is already taken/registered, just confirming that. But we can still file for ‘Save America.’”
Kushner’s confirmed their request, writing in response: “Go.”
ARTICLE: PAUL MURDOCH
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