New texts reveal Sean Hannity wrote the ‘playbook’ for Trump's White House to respond to Jan. 6
Fox News' Sean Hannity (Screengrab)

Fox News personality Sean Hannity wrote a five-point playbook for White House staff to respond to the Jan. 6 insurrection, the House Select Committee to Investigate the Jan. 6 Attack on the U.S. Capitol revealed on Thursday.

The plan was revealed in an 11-page letter the committee sent Ivanka Trump to urge her voluntary cooperation. The committee said it was "investigating the former president's activities and conduct in the days after January 6th, including President Trump's state of mind."

The committee revealed that on Jan. 7, Hannity texted White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany what the committee described as a "five-point approach" to conversations with President Trump.

"No more stolen election talk," was Hannity's first item.

His second item warned "impeachment and 25th Amendment are real, and many people will quit."

The committee did not reveal the other three points of Hannity's plan, but revealed McEnany replied. "Love that. Thank you. That is the playbook. I will help reinforce."

Hannity also texted her "no more crazy people" to which she replied, "Yes, 100%."

The committee said it is interested in learning more about the "crazy people" influencing Trump.

"The Select Committee would like to discuss this effort after January 6th to persuade President Trump not to associate himself with certain people, and to avoid further discussion regarding election fraud allegations," the committee wrote, suggesting Feb. 3 or 4 for an interview.

Select Committee letter.Screengrab.



Select Committee letter.Screengrab.