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January 6 Hearing-Live: Liz Cheney Warns About Trump's "Domestic Threat", as Melania's Text Reveals

Republicans must not be loyal to both Trump and the Constitution, Liz Cheney

RepublicansUnited States CongressmanLiz Cheneygave a fierce speech at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on Wednesday night to call onDonald Trumpand Republican leaders, and received great applause from the audience. I did.

Chaney, vice chairman of the House Committee investigating the January 6 riots, found Trump's efforts to be "more calm and threatening" than originally imagined. Said that he did.

"Republicans cannot pledge allegiance to Donald Trump or to the Constitution," she applauded.

When her panel submitted Trump's White House adviserPat Cipollone, resistance to Mr. Trump's false allegations was made by former Assistant Mark Meadows, a member of the Wyoming State Assembly. Donald Trump, re-detailed at this week's bomb hearing with official Cassidy Hutchinson, warned that Americans are facing a "domestic threat" like never before.

Meanwhile, former Trump White House spokesman Stephanie Grisham revealed a text exchange with Melania Trump during the January 6 attack, and the first lady at the time was violent at Capitol Hill. Indicates that he refused to tweet the blame.


Watergate Veterinarians are amazed at Donald Trump's "inciting" behavior on January 6

"She gave a picture of a crazy king," legendary {41. } WatergateA journalist told CNN on Tuesday night.

"Now the whole idea is fully confirmed and proven. He is a criminal in the United States and an instigious president."

Former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows' senior aide, Ms. Hutchinson, explained directly in a surprise hearing about preparing for the US Capitol riot on Tuesday. Of a special committee investigating riots.

BevanHurleyhas a story.

'The whole idea has been completely confirmed and proved. He is a criminal and an incendiary president. US


Become the next bomb witness to the Commission on January 6 Who is

Probably not Virginia "Genie" Thomas, wife of Clarence Thomas of the Supreme Court. Her lawyersaid conservative activists had "serious concerns" about testifying before the House Select Commission investigating the January 6 riots at the US Capitol. ..

Mark Paoletta sent the committee seeking testimony an eight-page letterofobtained by Daily Caller. Mr. Paoletta was threatened by the Supreme Court judge after a draft opinion on the court's decision to overturnRoe v Wade

. I quoted Taka specifically. This was a particularly stressful time, as Thomas was exposed to death threats and other avalanches of abuse by unprecedented attacks on conservative Supreme Court judges and his family. " Says.

Eric Garciahad this report.

The Supreme Court's wife's lawyer needs a more appropriate justification for the Commission. It states that there is.


Will the new justice change the Supreme Court governed by Trump?

Judge Stephen Breyer will retire from the Supreme Court this week, he told Joe Biden in a letter Wednesday.

Ketanji Brown Jackson, the first black woman in the High Court, will replace him.

Will Biden's appointment change the direction of a conservative court full of Trump candidates? Probably not so many.

Judge Jackson has made Breyer a new conservative following this year's controversial term. Replace with Majority Court


Liz Cheney is the main challenger in favor of Trump After hearing a series of controversial public testimony before the January 6 panel, Liz Cheney Wyoming to debate the Republican's main challengers. Return to.

Ms. Chainy confronts Donald Trump's supportive enemy, Harriet Hagueman, in her explosive testimony detailing Mr. Trump's anger and violent behavior. May be criticized.

Thursday's primary debate will be hosted by Wyoming PBS in Sheridan and will not be open to the public for security reasons. The station's general manager, Terry Dugas, said in a statement that it was also to prevent people from interfering with the event. "There are regular media reports that politicians and civil servants have been assaulted. Even in Wyoming, politicians are threatened with murder," Dugas said.


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Trump adviser Bannon demands postponement of trial

Former Donald Trump adviser Steve Bannon demanded that his trial over contempt of Congress be delayed by a few months, and the judge's announcement from the House Select Commission's hearing until January 6 He argued that it could influence his opinion.

"It affects not only the hearing itself, but also the media coverage that expanded the hearing. In Washington, DC, where the trial takes place, and the alleged act in the indictment. Where it took place, all major media treated the hearing as top news, "the lawyer wrote in a court filed Wednesday.

"Everyone accused of a crime is guaranteed a fair trial," and requested that the trial be transferred from July 18 to October 25. ..

"These broadcasts have been repackaged and rebroadcast in a myriad of formats, and the sources available to Washington, DC residents are saturated." Says.

"Under circumstances, continuity is guaranteed – to give the special committee an opportunity to subside the impact of the hearing."


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48% of Americans say Trump should be held criminally liable , Questionnaire

Almost half of Americans should be held criminally liable for former President Donald Trump's role in the attack on the U.S. Capitol on January 6, last year. I believe there is.

According to a survey by the Associated Press-NORC Public Relations Center, 48% of adults said the former president was held accountable and 32 should be prosecuted. .. St. said he should not be prosecuted.

The other 20% did not have an opinion on this topic.

The poll was conducted before the House Commission's five hearings, but in a surprise hearing featuring former Trump White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson on Tuesday. It was done before.


The Parliamentary Sergeant asks Mike Pence for testimony. You killed "

Sergeant Aquilino Gonell of the US Capitol told the HuffPost that he was responsible for the injuries that Donald Trump suffered during the attack on Congress.

"Our own president founded us," he told the outlet. "I feel betrayed. The president has to do everything he can to help us, and he didn't do it. He led the mob to the crowd. I wanted to lead myself. He wanted to be a tyrant. "

Sgt Gonell tweeted on Tuesday about what happened on January 6th. "When [Trump] tweeted about Pence, the fighting in the tunnel intensified. We lined up hoping that the president would be on our side and send us help.Mike Pence was fortunate to be alive and we were fortunate to be able to maintain OATH AND HELD THE LINE. Your boss tried to kill you. Testify.


DOJ officials said "blind" after Hutchinson's testimony. Feeling

The testimony of former Trump White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson revealed an expanding rift between the Justice Department and Congressional investigators.

The New York Timesreported that some of the Justice Department officials felt blind and explosive testimony because the panel did not. I was surprised. Please provide them with a video or transcript of her recorded interview with the committee members in advance.

Surprising hearings took place during a parallel investigation by federal prosecutors to determine the extent of the former president's involvement in the riots and soon converged. increase.

Committee members also suggest that Attorney General Merrick B. Garland is not moving fast enough to investigate Reed. However, high-ranking Justice Department officials say the resistance of members of the Commission to submitting records slowed their progress.