The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol released its final report today, explaining why it recommended that Donald Trump and others face criminal charges over the riots. Outline.
Ahead of the release, the commission released a pile of records from 34 Trump supporters and allies, including Roger Stone, Alex Jones, and far-right group leaders the Proud Boys and the Oath Keepers. did. part of their interview.
Following its initial release, a transcript of Cassidy Hutchinson’s shocking testimony to the Commission was also released, giving insight into how Trumpworld reacted to the prospect of a Jan. 6 investigation. I added in support of much of what she said at the hearing earlier this year.
Meanwhile, in addition to the minutes, Trump’s tax returns were also released after the House Ways and Means Committee voted Tuesday to release six years’ worth of records. It was revealed that he had neglected to audit Mr. Trump for two years. The House of Representatives has since passed legislation on the IRS’s audit of the president.
Who defended the 5th in his January 6 testimony?
Among them are longtime Trump ally Roger Stone, right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, white supremacist Nick Fuentes, and the leaders of the far-right groups Oath Keepers and Proud Boys. There was
Several senior Republicans also attended, including Nevada Republican Party Chairman Michael McDonald and Michigan Republican National Committee Kathy Burden.
Oliver O’connellDecember 22, 2022 23:30
Alex Jones was so ‘stressed’ he couldn’t spell his name in an interview on Jan. 6, transcript says
Far-right extremist and Sandy Hook denier Alex Jones claimed he was “too stressed” to spell his name during testimony before the House selection committee on Jan. 6.
The commission investigating the Capitol riots released a large number of transcripts of 34 interviews. Donald Trump supporters and allies on Wednesday, ahead of the release of the full report on Thursday.
Rachel Sharp has a story.
Oliver O’connellDecember 22, 2022 22:30
Journey Band members clash over Donald Trump
The two founding members of the band Journey have been embroiled in a legal battle after their keyboardist performed at Donald Trump’s mansion.
The band’s guitarist Neil Schon sent a letter of suspension and refusal to bandmate Jonathan Cain, who performed the song at the America First Policy Institute’s Experience and Gala in Mar-a-Lago last month. rice field.
Kane, the band’s keyboardist, is married to an adviser to Donald Trump.
Oliver O’connellDecember 22, 2022 21:30
Here’s what the 34 Trump supporters who sued the fifth said in a Jan. 6 interview
Witnesses generally chose not to be questioned by the Commission, but the transcripts that have been released show the vast amount of evidence the Panel has collected and how investigators approached their work. reveals some new aspects of
Oliver O’connellDecember 22, 2022 20:45
Cassidy Hutchinson’s Trump-backing father didn’t help her get her own lawyer
Cassidy Hutchinson asked her father, a Trump supporter, for financial help to hire her own lawyer from outside the former president’s orbit, but her father refused to help her.
Gustaf Kilander tells the story from her transcript release.
Oliver O’connellDecember 22, 2022 20:19
House Passes Bill on Presidential IRS Audit
The House of Representatives on Thursday passed a bill requiring an audit of President Donald Trump’s income tax returns after revealing that the IRS did not fully review his tax returns. turns what has been the longstanding norm of the United States into an established federal policy.
Oliver O’connellDecember 22, 2022 20:00
Trump’s attorney slammed by judge for refusing request from New York AG to block trust documents
A federal judge in Florida has ruled that former President Donald Trump’s trust that New York Attorney General Letitia James and her staff hold most of his assets as part of an ongoing fraud lawsuit against him and his family. denied access to documents related to and the company that bears his name.
Oliver O’connellDecember 22, 2022 19:39
Marjorie Taylor Green turns on Matt Gates
With more MAGA drama in the House, an open feud between Rep. Marjorie Taylor-Green, a backer of Kevin McCarthy’s bid for chairman, and her frequent ally Matt Gates broke out.
A controversial Georgia legislator said: daily caller over his expectations that a consensus candidate would emerge to challenge the Republican leadership.
Many conservatives, including Gates, want a chairman who is more to the right than McCarthy.
John Boden has the latest.
Oliver O’connellDecember 22, 2022 19:15
WATCH: Trump Taxes – Commission says IRS failed to conduct ‘mandatory’ audit
Trump tax returns: Commission says IRS failed to conduct ‘mandatory’ audit
The IRS failed to conduct a mandatory audit of Donald Trump during his first two years in the White House. The House Ways and Means Committee said the revenue did not follow its own guidelines. Auditing sitting presents is mandatory, but Trump said he paid the last two years of taxes in 2017, but the IRS said he wouldn’t start auditing returns until 2019. did. I requested access to Trump’s taxes and related audits. Click here to sign up for our newsletter.
Oliver O’connellDecember 22, 2022 18:36
Hutchinson doubles down on Trump and Secret Service altercations
Cassidy Hutchinson doubled down on her testimony about Donald Trump’s altercation with the Secret Service in depositions after a shocking hearing. I have no doubt how I have told the story, both privately and publicly. “
She also referenced another time former White House Deputy Chief of Staff Anthony Ornato mentioned the incident.
Oliver O’connellDecember 22, 2022 18:05
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