Ivanka Trump may have to release her texts from the January 6 Capital insurrection after South Carolina Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham revealed she was a conduit to then-President Donald Trump.

Texts handed over to the House panel that is currently investigating the Capital riot by former Trump White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows that revealed that Fox News host and Trump’s eldest Donald Trump Jr. texted Meadows to urge him to get Trump to call off his supporters and tell them to go home.

Graham has already said he didn’t text with Meadows the day of the insurrection but he did ask Ivanka to tell her father to “tell his people to leave.”

“I want to see what Jared and Ivanka were texting to Meadows,” Lincoln Project co-founder Rick Wilson tweeted Monday.

Graham called Trump multiple times suggesting that he should have his supporters leave the Capitol.

“You need to get these people out of here,” Graham texted. “This thing is going south, This is not good. You’re going to have to tell these people to stand down. Stand down.”

Ivanka reportedly went between her office in the West Wing on the second floor of the White House where she saw the insurrection take place on T.V. and the dining room where then-President Trump was watching.

Ivanka was called many times to get her father to use stricter language to get the rioters to leave.

Meadows wrote to her, “I need you to come back down here. We’ve got to get this under control.”

Ivanka retweeted her father’s tweet to stop the chaos and added, “American Patriots-any security breach or disrespect our law enforcement is unacceptable. The violence must stop immediately. Please be peaceful.”

She quickly deleted the tweet after backlash for calling the rioters “patriots.”

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