Jan. 6 committee hearing scrutinizes Former President Trump's actions during riot — 7/21/22



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The Jan. 6 select committee's eighth public hearing Thursday will go inside the White House to detail then-President Donald Trump's hours long refusal to call for an end to the Capitol riot.

The hearing marks the final scheduled presentation of the committee's initial findings from its investigation of the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection, when throngs of Trump's supporters stormed the Capitol and temporarily stopped Congress from confirming President Joe Biden's victory. The nine-member committee has accused Trump of being at the center of a multi-pronged conspiracy to overturn his loss to Biden in the 2020 contest.

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Jan. 6 committee hearing scrutinizes Former President Trump's actions during riot — 7/21/22
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