New York times On Wednesday evening, I published a sensational article about the investigation into the attack on Congress on January 6, 2021, in which five people were killed.
The newspaper wrote that the investigative committee was said to have received testimonies from people linked to Trump’s Chief of Staff Mark Meadows.
Posted a little later Washington Post An article saying the same thing.
Donald Trump watched the uprising on TV from the Oval Office. Shortly after hundreds of attackers started shouting “Hang Mike Pence!” Meadows walked out of the Oval Office and went in alone.
There, he told colleagues that Trump had complained that congressional police had taken Vice President Pence to safety.
Meadow added that Trump then said something like, “Maybe Pence should be executed.”
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Trump has made unfounded allegations of electoral fraud in November 2020 since the spring of 2020, and stated after the election that Pence should not agree with the election result. After Congress was acquitted of the rebels on January 6, Pence did just that — approving the election result.
The New York Times reports that it is unclear what tone Trump is speaking, but the fact is that he has waited a long time to ask the rebels to withdraw.
Trump also put pressure on Pence in the weeks leading up to January 6, to get Pence to reject the election result.
Shortly before attacking Congress that day, he tweeted, among other things, that “All Mike Pence needs is to get the votes back to the States. And then we win. Do it Mike. This is a time of utmost courage!”
Just before Trump supporters stormed Congress, he told them, “We have to fight harder. Mike Pence has to stand up for us. If he doesn’t, it will be a sad day for our country.”
A few minutes later, Congress was attacked by Trump supporters. Shouts began to hang Mike Pence.
At least two certificates
The commission is investigating, among other things, what Trump did during the attack. The testimony about Trump’s response to threats against Mike Pence originally came from a witness, but is now backed up by Cassidy Hutchinson, who formerly worked at Meadows and was present in his office when the attack occurred.
Trump spokesman Taylor Bowdwich criticized the commission’s work.
“The obscure leaks and anonymous testimony of this party committee, and willingness to alter evidence, prove to be just an extension of the campaign to smear Democrats that has been repeatedly exposed as fabricated and dishonest,” Bowdwich was quoted as saying by The New York Times. .
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