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A surprising investigation into the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol has been halted as a result of a new investigation. Representative Liz Cheney read the texts to Meadows. While it’s unclear exactly why Meadows has been given a new date for his deposition, the hearing is unlikely to continue. If Clark doesn’t testify, the House will vote on contempt, and if it doesn’t, the full House will likely consider it.