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House January 6 committee is lining up MORE hearings for July


The House January 6 committee is lining up more hearings into July after drawing millions of viewers to its televised probe of efforts by Donald Trump and his allies to overturn the election.

Panel chair Rep. Bennie Thompson told reporters about the change Wednesday, a day after the panel’s fourth recent public hearing in a series that kicked off with a prime-time event.

He credited the move to the committee receiving ‘a lot of information,’ including from a British filmmaker who voluntarily handed over hours of footage he shot of former President Donald Trump and family members including Ivanka Trump in Trump’s final months in office – including in the days before and after the Capitol riot. 

The prime time hearing last week drew 20 millions viewers, and daytime hearings have drawn 10 million, as the panel featured live witnesses and videotaped testimony of members of Trump’s inner circle – and replayed clips of former Attorney General Bill Barr calling Trump’s election fraud…



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