Liz Cheney notes on Fox News that other Murdoch entities have turned on Trump
The Jan. 6 committee has no intention of taking ‘no’ for an answer from Ginni Thomas, the conservative activist whose role in helping Donald Trump overthrow the election has taken on a new dimension these days. last weeks.
Congresswoman Liz Cheney said in an interview Sunday that the “committee is fully prepared to consider a subpoena” for Ms. Thomas if she continues to refuse to testify about her role in the Trump campaign’s attempt to ” decertify” voters in key battleground states.
“We’re not done yet,” she added, suggesting interviewing other members of the Trump campaign, as well as members of the US Secret Service.
Mr. Trump gave two speeches over the weekend, lamenting his “persecution” by the Jan. 6 commission of inquiry into the Capitol riot and denouncing witnesses who testified to his actions.
Speaking at a rally in Arizona on Friday night, he said: “They want to hurt me in any form so I can’t represent you anymore.”
At the Turning Point USA Student Action Summit, he claimed to be “the most persecuted person in the nation’s history,” while reviewing a list of reproaches and supposed triumphs of his tenure.
Kinzinger tells GOP voters ‘you’re being mistreated’
On Sunday, Congressman Adam Kinzinger pleaded with his party’s voters to stop letting GOP leaders use them for money while pushing false claims about the 2020 election.
The retired Illinois Republican, one of his party’s two members on the House Jan. 6 committee, was interviewed on ABC on Sunday This week after the end of the first series of public hearings held by the members of the commission. A second round is expected to begin in September.
“Ladies and gentlemen and especially my Republican friends, your leaders, on the whole, have lied to you. They know very different things from what they told you. They know the election wasn’t stolen, but they’re going to send in funding requests, they’re going to take your money, and they’re going to use you to stay in power,” he said.
John Bowden has more on what the congressman said.
Kinzinger says GOP voters are ‘being abused’ by leaders who know the election wasn’t stolen
Retired congressman begs party to stop letting Trump allies use them for money
Andrew NaughtyJuly 25, 2022 10:35 a.m.
Cheney and Kinzinger say Secret Service not cooperating with Jan. 6 investigation
Jan. 6 committee is mounting pressure on the Secret Service after a spokesperson for the agency claimed agents were willing to testify under oath and rebut parts of the testimony of Cassidy Hutchinson, an aide to the Former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows. .
On Sunday, two members of the House select committee investigating Jan. 6 told the news that the agency had yet to cooperate with their requests to testify, suggesting that officers may back down from previous offers to appear. Several would also have obtained a private lawyer.
John Bowden has the last.
Cheney and Kinzinger say Secret Service not cooperating with January 6 committee
The agency’s credibility is in question in the context of a criminal investigation
Andrew NaughtyJuly 25, 2022 10:05 a.m.
Trump endorsement booed at rally in Arizona
Former President Donald Trump appeared surprised at his last rally when the mention of one of his congressional endorsements had the crowd booing loudly.
Here is what happened and why:
Trump booed as he announced his approval at a rally in Arizona: “But you like me, don’t you?”
“But you like me, don’t you?” says Trump awkwardly as the crowd expresses their displeasure with the former president’s primary choice in Congress
Andrew NaughtyJuly 25, 2022 9:35 a.m.
Trump rails against January 6 committee ‘persecution’ at rally in Arizona
“Where does it stop? Where does it end? Donald Trump said of the House inquiry. “Never forget: All this corrupt establishment does to me is to preserve its power and control over the American people, for whatever reason. They want to hurt me in any form so that I can no longer represent you.
Trump rails against Jan 6 committee ‘persecution’ in rally speech in Arizona
“If I announced that I was no longer going to run for political office, the persecution of Donald Trump would stop immediately,” says the former president
Olivier O’ConnellJuly 25, 2022 9:05 a.m.
Hawley says he ‘won’t shy away from criticism
In his first public remarks following a flurry of criticism over surveillance footage that showed him fleeing the US Capitol on January 6, 2021 after lifting his first message of solidarity with the crowd that would later burst into the building, Josh Hawley says he’s “not backing down”.
Josh Hawley ‘won’t shy away’ from criticism after video shows him fleeing Jan. 6 crowd
‘I won’t apologize, I won’t cower, I won’t run away from you’
Olivier O’ConnellJuly 25, 2022 8:45 a.m.
Trump allies are hatching plans to gut the US civil service
In October 2020, then-President Donald Trump signed an executive order that would have allowed him to fire a wide range of nonpartisan officials who run the day-to-day operations of every part of the US government. Now his allies are laying the groundwork for him to implement that plan if he takes over the presidency in 2025.
Andrew Feinberg reports from Washington, DC.
Trump allies are hatching plans to gut the US civil service if he returns to the White House
Trump allies plan to pile a second Trump administration — or any future Republican administration — with loyalists while cutting tens of thousands of officials
Olivier O’ConnellJuly 25, 2022 8:15 a.m.
Former Capitol Police Officer Michael Fanone Dumps Josh Hawley
The former Washington, DC police officer who was attacked with a stun gun during the Jan. 6 riot says a clip of Missouri Senator Josh Hawley running away from the crowd he raised his fist to a few hours before was a display of cowardice that indicated his true character.
“The first thought that came to mind was that Josh Hawley is ab**** and he ran like ab****h,” Michael Fanone said. “The fist pump, combined with what he did immediately afterwards, just shows true character or lack thereof.”
Former Capitol Police officer Michael Fanone vents on Josh Hawley after Jan. 6 court hearing
“The first thought that came to mind was that Josh Hawley is an ab**ch and he ran like an ab**ch”
Olivier O’ConnellJuly 25, 2022 07:30
Trump launches a barrage of furious messages after the January 6 hearing
Donald Trump used his Truth Social app to vent his anger after the committee’s latest public hearing on January 6 on Thursday revealed damning new evidence of the former president’s inaction during the Capitol Riot.
An angry barrage of posts from his Truth Social account attacked the usual suspects who questioned him or opposed his policies.
Nancy Pelosi, Jake Tapper, Liz Cheney and Hillary Clinton have not been spared Mr Trump’s social media frenzy.
reports Maroosha Muzaffar.
Trump issues furious messages after January 6 hearing reveals evidence of his inaction
Trump calls Liz Cheney a ‘judgmental loser’ and Jake Tapper a ‘fake tapper’
Olivier O’ConnellJuly 25, 2022 6:45 a.m.
Watch when Donald Trump teased the idea of another presidential campaign
At his rally in Prescott Valley, Arizona, Donald Trump said if he announced the decision not to pursue the presidency again, his “persecution” would end immediately.
But he won’t, Mr. Trump said.
“If I announced that I was no longer going to run for political office, the persecution of Donald Trump would cease immediately,” Mr Trump said. “But that’s not what I do. I can’t do that, I can’t do that. I can’t do that. Because I love this country and I love you.
Shweta SharmaJuly 25, 2022 06:15
Pence’s bodyguards were saying goodbye to his family during the attack on the Capitol
The violence that unfolded as a pro-Trump mob stormed the Capitol on the day Congress certified Joe Biden’s 2020 election victory has so alarmed Secret Service agents tasked with protecting the vice -then-President Mike Pence that some of them called their families to say goodbye, all while then-President Donald Trump did nothing, according to testimony given before the committee Thursday Restricted House on January 6.
Andrew Feinberg was at the hearing.
Pence’s security said goodbye to his family as Trump ‘chose to take no action’ in Capitol attack
The latest committee hearing detailed the president’s inability to act despite pleas from White House aides
Olivier O’ConnellJuly 25, 2022 06:00