A lawyer who advised Donald Trump on his elaborate plan to stay in power after losing the 2020 presidential election was ordered to hand over 159 more documents to House investigators, including sensitive records tied to “potential crimes.”

The ruling late Tuesday by a federal judge in California comes as the committee probing the January 2021 assault on the Capitol by a mob of Trump supporters prepares to hold its first public hearing on.

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