The parliamentary inquiry into Donald Trump’s attack on Capitol on Thursday’s attempt to push the Justice Department to support his false allegations of electoral fraud around the presidential election that Joe Biden won is under attack.
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Nine elected – seven Democrats and two Republicans – who have been rejected by their party – highlight the billionaire’s attempts to bribe the judiciary, the most important body (state), to ‘support his attempts to manipulate the election.’ Thompson said at the end of the fourth public hearing on Tuesday.
Former interim minister Jeffrey Rosen, former interim deputy minister Richard Donog and senior ministry official Steven Engel will witness the fifth trial.
The commission is examining Mr Trump’s pressure on the department to formally declare the election rigging and to launch federal lawsuits in parallel with those initiated by presidential attorneys.
In the days leading up to January 6, 2021, the defeated president returns to tensions in her ministry when she encounters an internal upheaval while trying to appoint one of her relatives as head of the organization.
Mr Rosen was appointed after the resignation of Minister Bill Barr in December 2020, but he has been at the center of Trump’s efforts to appoint Jeffrey Clark to retain power after his election defeat.
This mid-level official, who has embraced the theories put forward by the President on rigging elections, has to rescind the ministry’s resolutions that found no evidence of fraud that could alter the November ballot result.
Jeffrey Clark, on behalf of the ministry, is also expected to intervene to prevent the election results from being confirmed in Georgia, a key state where Joe Biden won by just 12,000 votes earlier.
But Jeffrey Rosen, Richard Donoghue, Steven Engel and White House Attorney Pat Sipolon threatened to resign at a meeting with Donald Trump on January 3, warning that they would take top federal prosecutors with them across the country.
Bill Barr, also a confidant of Donald Trump, considered in his testimony before the Commission that the allegations of electoral fraud were “meaningful” expressed by a person “separated from reality”.
The commission of inquiry announced on Wednesday that two additional sessions would take place in July.
On July 4, Congress suspended its work for two weeks.
“The commission continues to receive important new evidence for the investigation,” the parliamentary source explained.
In particular, before and after January 6, Mr. She wants to watch hours of movies by documentary filmmaker Alex Holder who has access to Trump and his relatives.
After a year of investigation, the commission wants to submit its conclusions by the end of the summer, putting Donald Trump at the heart of the “coup attempt” that ended in January with the attack on hundreds of supporters at the Congress building in Washington. 6, 2021, elected officials confirm Joe Biden’s victory.
Images of the chaos in and around the Capitol have shaken American democracy around the world for hours.