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JANUARY 6

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"Lacking substance, the “politics” argument, is all Trump has. Grievance. Victimhood. Misdirection. More Big Lies. More whining. That'll play to the gullible, but no serious politician celebrates this — no, not even Democrats. They, along with two-thirds of the GOP, are exhausted by Trump."
Trump, who regularly refers to the panel as the "unselect committee," has accused it of waging unfair political attacks on him while refusing to investigate his charges of widespread election fraud.
Bannon was convicted by a jury in July on two counts of contempt of Congress for failing to provide documents or testimony. Each of the two counts was punishable by a minimum of one month and a maximum of one year in prison and a fine of up to $100,000.
Biden says he would not comment further on the work of the Jan. 6 committee because he did not want to be perceived as influencing the attorney general, which he said he was not doing.
The House select committee's seven Democratic and two Republican members voted 9-0 in favor of issuing a subpoena for Trump to provide documents and testimony under oath in connection with the Jan. 6 attack.
"I would never and did not advocate for any sort of end-run shenanigans. I wanted to push to make sure that shenanigans weren't being pushed in either direction," North Dakota Attorney General Drew Wrigley said in response to a report that he advocated for recounts in the 2020 election in a message that reached former Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows.

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Bowman County Sheriff Frank Erberle, who was named in an article published this week for being a member of the Oath Keepers according to a leaked membership roster, speaks out.
The committee showed videos of top-ranking national security and White House officials saying one by one that Trump did not speak to leaders of the Defense Department, National Guard, FBI, Homeland Security or the Secret Service. Trump also didn’t communicate with Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser or Capitol Police.
Panel to hold hearing in prime time -- 7 p.m. Thursday

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