Trump News Today: Ex-President Don Jr and Ivanka to Testify in New York Fraud Investigation

Trump News Today: Ex-President Don Jr and Ivanka to Testify in New York Fraud Investigation

Trump News Today: Ex-President Don Jr and Ivanka to Testify in New York Fraud Investigation

Jamie Raskin Won’t Say Whether The Jan 6 Commission Will Have Mike Pence Testify

Former President Donald Trump, his son Donald Trump Jr and daughter Ivanka Trump will testify in New York’s civil investigation into alleged fraud in their family business beginning July 15.

Court documents revealed on Wednesday that New York State Attorney General Letitia James and her team of investigators will have to complete their questioning “by next week.”

Meanwhile, a former GOP insider says: the independent that former President Donald Trump “will lose his mind” when he watches the Jan. 6 committee hearings on the Capitol riots Thursday night and realizes there is no one to intervene on his behalf.

Kurt Bardella also called House GOP leader Kevin McCarthy’s decision to withdraw the Republican commission a “huge strategic mistake”.

Meanwhile, Trump allies have called the prime-time special “disgustingly unattainable,” saying Americans care more about inflation and gas prices, and no one will be watching.

Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton has informed Fox News of her decision not to broadcast the hearings live on her main channel when every other network will. She tweeted that “Fox News will not air the January 6 hearings as they prefer their sedition made fresh on the spot”.

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The January 6 hearings promise to “change history.” This is what you can expect

The panel’s first prime-time hearing will feature a filmmaker capturing footage of a meeting between Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio and Oath Keepers founder Elmer Stewart Rhodes, Eric Garcia and Andrew Feinberg report.

Read the full story here:

Marosha MuzaffarJune 9, 2022 07:30

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When are the January 6 hearings?

The House selection committee investigating the January 6, 2021 Capitol uprising will hold six public hearings, according to a draft schedule.

The committee will hold two primetime hearings at 8 p.m. on Thursday, June 9 and June 23. Additional public hearings will be held at 10 a.m. on June 13, June 15, June 16, and June 21 between prime-time hearings.

Read Gustaf Kilander’s full story here:

Marosha MuzaffarJune 9, 2022 07:00

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What Donald Trump Said About the January 6 Riots

Ex-President continues to gloat about the size of the crowd at the ‘Stop the Steal’ rally, portray the imprisoned participants as innocent victims and shirk responsibility ahead of televised congressional hearings.

Read Joe Sommerlad’s full piece here:

What Donald Trump Said About the January 6 Riots

Ex-president continues to gloat over crowd size at ‘Stop the Steal’ rally, portray prisoners as innocent victims and shrug off responsibility ahead of televised congressional hearings

Marosha MuzaffarJune 9, 2022 06:30

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Donald Trump to testify in New York fraud investigation in July

Former President Donald Trump, his son Donald Trump Jr and daughter Ivanka Trump will testify in New York’s civil investigation into alleged fraud in their family business beginning July 15.

Court documents revealed on Wednesday that New York State Attorney General Letitia James and her team of investigators will have to complete their questioning “by next week.”

Mr Trump, his son and daughter have until June 13 to appeal to New York State’s highest court for a suspension, according to the document filed by a lower court.

Marosha MuzaffarJune 9, 2022 06:00

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What did Donald Trump say about the January 6 riots?

Joe Sommerlad discusses everything former President Donald Trump has said about the events of January 6, 2021.

What Donald Trump Said About the January 6 Riots

Ex-president continues to gloat over crowd size at ‘Stop the Steal’ rally, portray prisoners as innocent victims and shrug off responsibility ahead of televised congressional hearings

Oliver O’ConnellJune 9, 2022 05:30

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Jared Kushner Reportedly Moved to Miami Before Trump Even Lost the Election

Senior White House adviser and son-in-law to Donald Trump reportedly began etching his plans to flee the chicken coop before the former president had even officially lost his bid for re-election in 2020, according to The New York Times

“We are moving to Miami,” Mr. Kushner reportedly told his wife Ivanka Trump, also a senior adviser in her father’s administration, just over 24 hours after the last polls closed at midnight in Alaska on Nov. 4.

Johanna Chisholm reports:

Oliver O’ConnellJune 9, 2022 05:01

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What did Mike Pence say about the January 6 Capitol riot?

In the midst of the events of January 6, 2021, Joe Sommerlad discusses what former Vice President Mike Pence said about the Capitol riots since that day.

Oliver O’ConnellJune 9, 2022 04:30

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Washington Commanders coach dismisses January 6 as a ‘dust-up’

The Washington Commanders’ defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio has dismissed the fatal January 6 uprising as a “capitol dust-up” a day before live hearings on pro-Trump violence were due to begin.

Oliver O’ConnellJune 9, 2022 04:00

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Trump’s inner circle goes on the attack in January 6 public hearings

A number of Republicans from Donald Trump’s inner circle have embarked on what many have called massive counterprogramming ahead of the committee’s first public hearings on Jan. 6, which kick off this week.

The House Select Committee investigating the violent uprising at the Capitol, which left about 140 officers injured and one police officer killed, has largely been working behind closed doors for the better part of a year. On Thursday, however, the bipartisan panel will open its first of six hearings at a primetime televised event.

Oliver O’ConnellJune 9, 2022 03:30

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6 Jan committee members on various political paths

The nine members of the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol uprising find themselves on divergent political paths as they prepare for public hearings that could prove a defining moment in their careers.

The seven Democrats and two Republicans, who work in private rooms in a Capitol office building, participated in hours of interviews, heard testimony from members of the family of former President Donald Trump, former Justice Department officials and employees of the White House. House of Trump. They have issued dozens of subpoenas, interviewed more than 1,000 witnesses and collected tens of thousands of pages of documents in an attempt to summarize the worst attack on the Capitol in two centuries.

But as lawmakers finalize their investigation, many find themselves at a personal crossroads.

Oliver O’ConnellJune 9, 2022 03:00