US Panel on Capitol Riots

Republican vice-chairman of the panel Liz Cheney took a heavy toll on Trump for his role in the riots.

Washington:
A congressional panel investigating last year’s Mafia attack on the U.S. Capitol explained on Thursday that Donald Trump and his allegations about stolen elections were at the heart of what amounted to a “coup attempt” to remain in power.

A congressional panel investigating last year’s Mafia attack on the U.S. Capitol explained on Thursday that Donald Trump and his allegations about stolen elections were at the heart of what amounted to a “coup attempt” to remain in power.

In a prime-time presentation of its findings from a year-long investigation, the special commission tried to convince a divided country of the existence of a deep-seated and persistent plot – orchestrated by the former president – to win the result of the 2020 election. by Joe Biden.

“President Trump gathered the crowd, gathered the crowd and lit the flame of this attack,” Republican vice chairman of the panel, Liz Cheney, said in her opening remarks at the first of a series of highly anticipated summer hearings.

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