Jan. 6 committee has voted to subpoena Trump

Published October 13, 2022 at 10:58 AM EDT
January 6th Committee Holds First Hearing Since July
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Rep. Adam Schiff (C) (D-CA) listens to testimony with other committee members during today's hearing.

The House Jan. 6 committee just wrapped up what could be the final hearing about its U.S. Capitol insurrection investigation. At the hearing's end, the panel unanimously voted to subpoena former President Donald Trump.

Get caught up:

  • Trump subpoena: The Jan. 6 committee voted to subpoena former President Donald Trump to testify. Before the hearing started, Chairman Thompson also told reporters that the panel is considering hearing directly from former Vice President Mike Pence as well.
  • Election lies: Trump "maliciously" repeated false claims about the election "to a wide audience over and over again. His intent was to deceive," committee member Rep. Elaine Luria said.
  • Key moments: Revisit some of the revelations from the past 8 blockbuster hearings.

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