A Supreme Court justice's wife expressed regret for her texts fanning conspiracies about the 2020 presidential election

in one among dozens of witness transcripts rushed out in the final days of activity by a congressional inquiry into last year's riot at the US Capitol.

The committee is racing to make the disclosures this week before it is expected to be disbanded by Republicans when they take over the House of Representatives in four days.

The committee placed the blame for the riot squarely on Mr Trump's shoulders when they released their final, 845-page report last week

many of their conclusions were based on the interviews they are now publishing in full. Taken together, the new transcripts show a White House in disarray after Mr Trump lost the election,

and paralysed into inaction as his supporters laid siege to the Capitol on 6 January 2021. Former President Donald Trump, a Republican, has called the investigation a "witch hunt".

His son, Donald Trump Jr; his son-in-law Jared Kushner; former adviser Stephen Miller; his lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, and White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson

were among the 56 witnesses featured in this week's disclosures. Ms Grisham also gave insight into Mr Trump's actions while the riot unfolded.