It was a hearing with several big revelations, including committee vice chair Liz Cheney’s announcement that Trump personally called to pressure an unidentified witness who has yet to testify.
- January 6 committee reveals unpublished Trump draft tweet and texts between staffers
- Evidence revealed the march to the Capitol was planned
- GOP lawmakers met with Trump over nullification of election results
- The Oval Office meeting erupted into a blasphemous, screaming match
WASHINGTON – The special committee investigating the violent attacks on the Capitol on January 6, 2021, on Tuesday revealed testimony and evidence indicating that former President Donald Trump used his huge social network to summon an armed mob in Washington, D.C. in the part of an “unbalanced” effort. to stay in power.
Trump pushed ahead with his plan despite White House lawyer Pat Cipollone, Cabinet officials and other senior aides advising him to concede his presidential election defeat to Joe Biden, according to witnesses and other evidence presented. tuesday.