It’s unclear what documents exactly will be included in the latest batch, but Trump previously — and unsuccessfully — asserted privilege over daily presidential diaries, schedules, drafts of speeches, remarks and correspondence concerning the events of Jan. 6 as well as the files of his top advisers and lawyers, and talking points on the issue of overturning the results of the 2020 election, according to a review of court documents.

The committeehas also re-upped requests made by other House committees for all documents and communication relating to calendars, schedules, and meetings or events attended by Trump, andall video communications recorded of Trump speaking on Jan. 6, including videos that have not been made public.

Read the full report over at The Washington Post