The House of Representatives has made a major decision regarding former US President Donald Trump.
The House Select Committee investigating the Jan. 6 Congressional raid has recommended that the Justice Department impeach former President Trump.
At their last open meeting, the committee discussed the report they will present to the public on the final vote today, December 21st.
In his speech at the session, Rep. Jamie Raskin said the committee shared the findings with law enforcement and claimed that Trump “instigated the riot by aiding the riot and setting the environment for it,” “trying to prevent a formal process,” “conspiring with purpose of disrupting US order.” stated that he concluded that he may have committed crimes such as “conspiracy by perjury”.
THE SAME SOLUTION FROM 9 PARTICIPANTS
In a committee vote, it was decided by the votes of all 9 members to recommend that the Justice Department indict Trump for these crimes.
The committee’s recommendation to the Justice Department is expected to remain largely symbolic. The department doesn’t have to consider every recommendation made to it by congressional committees, and is conducting its own investigation on Jan. 6.
On the other hand, the Committee also made recommendations for the disciplinary action of Kevin McCarthy, the Republican leader in the House of Representatives, and other Republican figures.
THE COMMITTEE PUBLISHES A SUMMARY REPORT
The House Select Committee investigating the January 6, 2021 US congressional raid has released a summary of its final report, which includes recommendations for the impeachment of former US President Donald Trump.
The Committee shared with the public the final part of the report, which was unanimously agreed upon and is about to be published in full on December 21st.
In the report, former US President Donald Trump, along with Trump’s lawyer John Eastman, advises the Justice Department to impeach “other people”, and notes that the department can use the tools at its disposal to obtain additional evidence from the committee.
Noting that Trump’s announcement of a “false victory” on Election Night was pre-planned, the report also called for disciplinary action against Republican congressmen who refused to testify before the committee.
The report also often includes the words of former Trump advisers and close associates who testified before the committee.
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