The Jan. 6 select committee's report is the hottest government document with publishers since the Starr Report — and it doesn't even exist, Axios reported.
Ken Starr was the independent counsel who investigated then-President Bill Clinton.
Now, Rep. Jamie Raskin, D-Md., is set to write an epilogue for the Jan. 6 panel's future report for The New Yorker and Celadon Books, according to Axios.
The committee report will be in the public domain, which allows it to be reprinted by anyone. Axios noted there will be countless versions of it published.
The New Yorker version will include an introduction by Editor David Remnick, and will be edited by Celadon Executive Editor Bill Hamilton. It is set to be published instantly as an e-book and paperback as soon as the report is released.
Axios noted that a New York Times version will also feature "exclusive reporting, eyewitness accounts, and analysis ... from New York Times reporters who've covered the story from the beginning."
A Harper Collins' version will include a forward by MSNBC's Ari Melber.
Meanwhile, a lawyer for Ginni Thomas has confirmed to CNN that she is scheduled to interview with the committee.
Ginni, wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, has caught the attention of the Jan. 6 committee after text messages emerged of her potentially pushing for several state lawmakers to challenge the 2020 election results.
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