Trumps lashes out at former White House employee
A member of the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 riot in the Capitol last year has revealed that “more evidence is emerging” that supports recent testimony showing Donald Trump wanted to join an armed mob.
Adam Kinzinger said, “There’s information I can’t say yet.” But he added that “we would certainly say Cassidy Hutchinson testified under oath, we find her credible.”
Meanwhile, the vice chair of the Jan. 6 commission, Liz Cheney, has rejected the idea that prosecuting a former president would fuel political tensions in America. Looking the other way from potential criminal activity would pose a “serious” threat, the congressman said.
As speculation about shifts in support mounts, Mr. Trump has lashed out at Ms. Hutchinson on Truth Social and in a Newsmax interview. Trump called her a “whack job” and wondered if she had indeed told the truth under oath. He also claimed she asked for a job when he left for Florida when he left office.
It was also reported by the New York Times dat Mr Trump may announce a 2024 bid for the White House this month.
Jan 6 commissioner says next hearing will focus on ‘efforts to rally pro-Trump mob’
A Jan. 6 committee member revealed the topic of the committee’s next hearing on Sunday, telling CBS News that he and his colleagues will investigate Donald Trump’s attempt to lure thousands of his supporters to the U.S. Capitol.
Representative Adam Schiff made the comments about: Face the nationexplaining that “[o]Your next hearing will focus on efforts to “gather that mob” that attacked Congress as the Senate met to certify the results of the 2020 election.
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Marosha MuzaffarJuly 4, 2022 05:25
Former Federal Prosecutor: Trump Will Be ‘Indicted’
After Cassidy Hutchinson’s explosive testimony, former federal prosecutor Glenn Kirschner believes the former president will be “indicted” for his role in last year’s January 6 riot at the Capitol. in a video posted on Youtube.
“And for whatever reason, no criminal charges have yet been filed against Donald Trump. That will change. It must change if we are concerned about the survival of our democracy. He will be charged.”
His comments come after Ms. Hutchinson’s testimony before the House select committee last week.
Meanwhile, Mr. Trump has spoken out against her, calling her a “total fake” and has even denied many of her claims.
Marosha MuzaffarJuly 4, 2022 04:44
More evidence against Donald Trump emerges
A member of the House committee investigating last year’s January 6 riot in the Capitol has revealed that “more evidence is emerging” that supports recent testimony showing Mr Trump joining an armed mob. wanted to join.
“There will be a lot more information and stay tuned,” said Adam Kinzinger.
“There’s information I can’t say yet. We would certainly say that Cassidy Hutchinson testified under oath, we find her credible, and anyone willing to express contempt for that, who was present firsthand, should also testify under oath and not through anonymous sources,” he said.
In another interview, another committee member, Democrat Adam Schiff, said: “We are following additional directions. I think those clues will lead to new testimonies.”
Marosha MuzaffarJuly 4, 2022 04:25
Trump hits out at Cassidy Hutchinson again
On Truth Social early Sunday, the former president lashed out again at Cassidy Hutchinson, the January 6 committee witness who revealed a number of bombshells in her recent panel testimony.
Mr Trump wrote on Truth Social: “So Cassidy Hutchinson was all set and ready to go to Florida with the Trump team long after January 6. She knew I wasn’t doing anything wrong. She was a huge Trump fan, but my people didn’t want her. What happened? Why has she changed so drastically? All lies. I don’t think even she believed her own bull…!”
David TaintorJuly 4, 2022 03:12
Filmmaker who flipped Jan 6 probe talks about Trump ‘aggression’, what he saw and how the spotlight has led to death threats
Last week, the select committee received hours of video from Mr. Holder after he received a subpoena calling for “raw footage” taken by him and his colleagues on the day of the Capitol attack. The subpoena also requested footage of interviews with Mr. Trump, Mr. Pence, Donald Trump Jr, Eric Trump, Ivanka Trump or Jared Kushner and “any footage related to discussions of voter fraud or election integrity surrounding the November 2020 presidential election.”
Andrew FeinbergJuly 4, 2022 01:12
Jan 6 commissioner claims more evidence to come in next hearings
Adam Kinzinger, one of the Republican members of the House Jan. 6 committee, said the additional panel hearings scheduled for July will reveal new information.
“There will be a lot more information and stay tuned,” said Mr Kinzinger.
David TaintorJuly 3, 2022 11:12 PM
Kristi Noem pushes for South Dakota restrictive abortion law
South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem, a potential 2024 Republican presidential nominee, was pressured Sunday over whether child rape victims should be forced to carry out a pregnancy. Reports of a 10-year-old Ohio girl being forced to travel out of the state to access abortion care sparked outrage over the weekend.
David TaintorJuly 3, 2022 21:19
Liz Cheney says not prosecuting Trump would lead to ‘serious’ threat
The Republican vice chair of the Jan. 6 committee has rejected the idea that prosecuting a former president would fuel political tensions in America.
In an extended interview with ABC News correspondent Jon Karl, broadcast on Sunday, Liz Cheney instead emphasized that the danger lay in letting Donald Trump go free for the events leading up to the attack on Congress.
John BowdenJuly 3, 2022 19:15
Law professor who taught Attorney General Merrick Garland predicts Trump indictment is coming
Laurence Tribe, a Harvard law professor who taught U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland, told CNN he believes Donald Trump will likely face criminal charges for his role in the January 6 attack on Congress.
David TaintorJuly 3, 2022 5:29 PM
What Mike Pence Said About the January 6 Riots
Since he stepped down from office, former Vice President Mike Pence has kept busy, joining conservative think tanks the Heritage Foundation and the Young America’s Foundation, traveling abroad, delivering speeches on behalf of preferred Republican candidates, and few books to work.
Joe SommerladJuly 3, 2022 4:35 PM