He Says It’s Clear That President Trump Was Breaking the Law When He Tried to Do That!
Rep. Liz Cheney said Sunday that the House select committee investigating the January 6th insurrection has “not made a decision” on whether to refer the case to the Department of Justice for criminal prosecution.
However, she added that it was “absolutely clear” that former President Donald Trump and a number of people around him were aware that their actions were “unlawful” but “performed them regardless.”
During an appearance on CNN’s “State of the Union,” the Wyoming Republican said, “I believe what we have seen is a vast, well-organized, and well-planned campaign that employed many mechanisms to try to reverse an election.”
According to Cheney, who serves on the committee, there is no disagreement on whether or not to recommend Trump for criminal contempt, as reported in the New York Times on Sunday. “There is not really a discussion on the committee,” Cheney said.
According to her, “the committee is working in a really collaborative approach to exploring these concerns, just like we are with all of the topics we’re addressing,” and “we’ll continue to work together” in order to do so.
“I wouldn’t characterize the situation on the committee as a disagreement. I believe it is the most collaborative committee on which I have ever served, if not the most collaborative.”
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The committee interviewed Ivanka Trump, Trump’s daughter, and Cheney stated that “her testimony was beneficial,” but he did not disclose any other information. Ivanka Trump voluntarily met with the committee last week for nearly eight hours, which was a record for her.