Secret Service gave investigators phones of agents involved in Jan. 6 response

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Senior leadership at the Secret Service confiscated the cellphones of 24 agents involved in the agency’s response to January 6 and handed them over to the Department of Homeland Security’s Inspector General, according to two sources with knowledge of the action. Julia Ainsley discusses exclusive new reporting.