Could've kept Jones...
Trump appointee put Tuberville in Jan. 5 meeting at White House before editing post
An appointee of President Donald Trump — on the eve of the deadly attack and attempted insurrection at the U.S. Capitol — posted to his Facebook page that he was in a meeting at the White House with Alabama Sen. Tommy Tuberville, the then-director of the Republican Attorneys General Association, President Donald Trump’s sons and several of Trump’s top advisers, including attorney Rudy Giuliani.
On the morning of Jan. 6, however, the Trump appointee edited that Facebook post to say the meeting took place at the Trump International Hotel in Washington. He also removed mention of Giuliani, according to the edit history of his post, which was still visible Wednesday.