@Chase_Schwalbach Conditional formatting is applied at text drawing time, not at cell value level (actually it’s a bit more complicated than that, but let’s simplify as that). So the value in the cell is stored without any conditional formatting, and that’s what you get when you pull it in by formula.
There’s currently no other way to achieve what you need other than manually apply some hidden formulas like
_Strikethrough() to your individual values, e.g.
[DICT - Goal Date Audit Log].Filter([Project Title]=thisRow).FormulaMap(
_Color("kr-red-dark-fg kr-line-through", CurrentValue.[Goal Delivery Date]),
CurrentValue.[Goal Delivery Date]
More about the _Color() function: here and here.
If you actually manually format text in the cells, e.g. by applying bold, color, highlight etc to pieces of text via the toolbar buttons, not conditional formatting — then it’s stored within the cell value, and you can
Concatenate() and do whatever you want with it with no problem. Same for referencing values that are formulas containing these hidden formatting functions. It’s only conditional formatting that’s not stored in the value itself.