WASHINGTON – Following Thursday’s prime-time introduction to the Jan. 6 committee investigating the Capitol assault’s findings, the second of eight hearings will dig into the main points of former President Donald Trump’s efforts to overturn the 2020 election.
Watch dwell:View the Jan. 6 committee’s second listening to right here
When are the subsequent hearings?
Monday’s listening to is ready to start at 10 a.m. ET.
There are two extra hearings this week: Wednesday at 10 a.m. ET and Thursday at 1 p.m. ET.
The remaining 4 hearings haven’t but been scheduled.
– Ella Lee
Who’re Monday witnesses?
The primary panel of witnesses Monday options William Stepien, Trump’s former marketing campaign supervisor, and Chris Stirewalt, a former Fox Information political editor. In testimony revealed Thursday, a marketing campaign spokesman and Trump marketing campaign lawyer every stated Trump was informed election outcomes exhibiting he misplaced. The spokesman, Jason Miller, later stated Trump didn’t consider his aides.
Stirewalt helped Fox Information declare Trump’s loss in Arizona. The committee request for testimony from Stepien stated the marketing campaign reportedly urged state and social gathering officers to delay or deny certification of election outcomes by sending alternates slates of electoral votes to Congress.
The second panel of witnesses options Benjamin Ginsberg, an election lawyer; BJay Pak, a former U.S. lawyer for northern Georgia; and Al Schmidt, a former metropolis commissioner in Philadelphia.
Pak reportedly expedited his departure from the U.S. lawyer’s workplace after Trump complained throughout his Jan. 2 name with Georgia state officers he thought of Pak a “by no means Trumper” who opposed his efforts to overturn the election.
– Bart Jansen
Here is who testified concerning the Capitol riot Thursday
Thursday’s listening to featured two witnesses: a U.S. Capitol Police officer who was injured throughout the riot and a documentarian who filmed components of the violence.
U.S. Capitol Police Officer Caroline Edwards was the “first regulation enforcement officer injured by rioters storming the Capitol grounds on January 6, 2021,” in response to the committee. She informed lawmakers Thursday that she was known as “Nancy Pelosi’s canine” and “a traitor to my nation, my oath and my structure” throughout the violence, describing the Capitol grounds as an “absolute conflict zone.”
British documentarian Nick Quested filmed the leaders of two far-right teams, Proud Boys chief Enrique Tarrio and Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes, assembly in a parking storage close to the Capitol. He informed lawmakers Thursday that he met up with a whole bunch Proud Boys at about 10:30 a.m. on Jan 6, noting he was “confused to a sure extent” why they have been strolling away from the president’s speech as a result of “that is what I felt we have been there to cowl.”
-Marina Pitofsky, Ella Lee
What it was like within the room throughout the first Jan. 6 listening to
Throughout first of eight hearings held by the Home committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, the room remained principally quiet, the gang engaged, other than reporters’ fast typing on computer systems throughout moments of latest info. Revelations evoked murmurs and typically tears from the viewers.
Viewers members’ moods abruptly shifted when a video chronicling the occasions of Jan. 6, 2021, performed, many shifting of their seats and visibly on edge. Through the video, Capitol Police Officer Harry Dunn embraced the widows of two officers who died on account of the assault, who used tissues to wipe tears from their eyes.
In gripping testimony usually stifled by emotion, Capitol Police Officer Caroline Edwards recalled navigating a “conflict zone” that day, slipping on the blood of fellow officers and catching them as they fell whereas the rioters stormed the Capitol.
– Ella Lee
Testimony: ‘It was carnage, it was chaos’: Capitol Police Officer Caroline Edwards recounts Jan. 6
Takeaways from the primary Jan. 6 committee listening to
Members of a Home Committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, assault on the U.S. Capitol started Thursday outlining their case that the riot was the ultimate act of an intricate scheme orchestrated by former President Donald Trump to overturn the 2020 election.
The committee stated that Trump knew he misplaced the 2020 presidential election, and regardless of that, enacted a “refined seven-part plan” to overturn the election outcomes. However not all Trump loyalists – or household – went together with Trump’s plans, the committee stated.
The committee additionally sought to tie Trump to the actions of the Proud Boys, framing the extremist group as a car for Trump that was impressed to assault the Capitol by the previous president.
– Joey Garrison, Ella Lee
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