The panel is supposed to get the texts Tuesday. "We'll see," said Lofgren.
This story is “unfolding in a way that is very serious,” Lofgren told Jake Tapper after Jan. 6 panel interviewed White House counsel for nearly eight hours.
Trump's former White House counsel answered a “variety of questions” and revealed some new information, which the panel will soon share, said Lofgren.
“What are they doing over there? They have a much greater opportunity to enforce their subpoenas than our legislative committee does," said the Jan. 6 panel member.
Lofgren accused Trump of "unleashing" a new era of lawless violence in the nation with his actions during the insurrection.
Trump's Twitter critics hail fair turnabout.
“We are in very dangerous territory with this rhetoric," said the California lawmaker.
No congressional member can serve who has taken an oath to support the Constitution and then engaged in insurrection, noted the California Democrat.
The push to prevent warrantless government surveillance of Americans' search history under FISA hit a roadblock this week.
Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-Calif.) said she ordered that tampons be available for purchase at the House supply store with office funds.