After the 1/6 Committee made a criminal referral to the DOJ for Donald Trump to face four criminal charges, right-wing media is not rushing to defend him.
After the 1/6 Committee announced their criminal referrals of Trump, Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) urged the criminal justice system to make sure that Trump can never be elected again.
The 1/6 Committee has referred Reps. Jim Jordan, Kevin McCarthy, Scott Perry, and Andy Biggs to the House Ethics Committee for sanctions for not complying with a lawful subpoena.
The committee argues its evidence shows Trump led an extensive, corrupt, and illegal attempt to overturn the election.
The summary includes everything the committee found out about attempts to overturn the 2020 election, and refers Trump for charges.
Criminal referrals don’t carry any legal weight. The January 6 ones will still be significant.
The Jan. 6 committee found that some officials believed that Trump would issue an "illegal order" and that there was no intentional delay in deploying the military.
Following months of debate, the Jan. 6 committee has made four criminal referrals to the Justice Department related to Donald Trump and his team.
The House Jan. 6 committee at its final public meeting voted to adopt its final report, including criminal referrals against Donald Trump.
Former President Donald Trump’s current woes extend beyond the report by the House Jan. 6 committee, but the case the panel laid out against him further complicates his future.
The panel included 17 specific findings in the executive summary of its final report.
The department is under no obligation to adopt the House committee’s recommendations, and not much is publicly known about any specific charges that the special counsel might consider.
The Jan. 6 committee will hold a hearing Monday where members are expected to adopt their final report and make any potential criminal and ethical referrals.
The Jan. 6 committee voted to approve its final report and the referral of multiple criminal charges against former President Donald Trump to the DOJ during the panel's final public meeting Monday. Watch live and follow the latest news updates here.
Lawmakers reached an agreement to include in must-pass legislation a measure aimed at making it harder to overturn a certified presidential election, marking the first legislative response to the US Capitol insurrection and then-President Donald Trump's relentless pressure campaign to stay in power despite his 2020 loss.
The select panel held its final public meeting Monday afternoon and released the first components of its final report.
"The referral will not change the outcome" of prosecution decisions, a former official says.
The panel referred the lawmakers for a review by the bipartisan ethics committee, which is seen as unlikely to take action against the members.
The Jan. 6 committee is warning that American democracy remains deeply fragile.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) is touting the year-end deal on an omnibus spending package as a victory for the GOP due to an expected boost to defense spending above the …
The 1/6 Committee made a special point in their executive summary to note that Kayleigh McEnany seemed to be testifying from talking points and was evasive.
Referrals from the select committee are not binding on the DOJ, but could add to public pressure to prosecute Donald Trump and other coup-plotters.
Trump acted in coordination with his party. The historical record should reflect that.
The committee also accused the former president of three other federal crimes, including conspiracy to defraud the United States. Five Trump allies were referred as well.
The January 6 committee used its final public meeting Monday to summarize its 17-month investigation with a simple closing statement: All roads lead to Donald Trump.
Monday’s vote teed up the release of most panel evidence — material that could shed explosive new light on the Trump-led campaign to subvert the 2020 election.
The House select committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol referred former President Trump to the Justice Department on four separate charges Monday, marking a momen…
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