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The most famous of them is Steve Bannon, Trump’s former chief strategist and former chief of staff Mark Meadows.

In addition, Congress is asking former White House Chief of Staff Dan Scavino and then Defense Secretary Kashyap Patel to attend a hearing.

The first three are said to have been in contact with the president before or during the attack on Congress on January 6 this year.

Trump supporters raise the southern state flag in clashes with police outside Congress on Jan. 6.

Photo: Shannon Stapleton/Reuters

Trump supporters wanted to prevent Congress from approving the election result that made Joe Biden president of the United States. The Senate was due to approve the election results that evening.

The Chief of Staff was a direct witness

Meadows and Scavino followed the president closely before and during the Jan. 6 White House address.

The president urged his supporters to march down Pennsylvania Avenue to Congress and “fight like hell” for his country.

President Donald Trump speaks to his supporters in front of the White House on January 6.

President Donald Trump has said he will walk with his supporters toward Congress. But his advisors took him out. Here during the speech in front of the White House, Jan. 6, 2021.

Photo: Jacquelyn Martin / AP

The storm killed five people, including a congressional police officer. The elect ran for their lives to save themselves from a raging mob.

Both Meadows and Scavino must try To get Trump to make a statement declaring that supporters have stopped the protests and left Congress.

But Meadows was also said to have tried to convince the Justice Department and several states that they should investigate the president’s allegations of election fraud.

Deputy Chief of Staff Dan Scavino reportedly met with Trump on January 5 to discuss how to persuade members of Congress not to agree to the election result.

House members and advisers seek coverage as Congress storms.

Members of Congress trying to hide from the occupiers, January 6th.

Photo: Andrew Harnik/AP

Banoons Roll

Right-wing theorist Steve Bannon was the president’s chief executive strategist in 2017.

But he was controversial and expelled. However, Bannon continued to work on Trump projects. He raised money to build the wall against Mexcio, but was accused of fraud in connection with the group.

The night before the storming of Congress, he attended a meeting at the Willard Hotel in Washington, D.C., the purpose of which was to persuade congressional representatives to stop approving the election result.

According to the Congressional Committee of Inquiry, Bannon on December 30 last year urged Trump to focus on January 6.

Steve Bannon and Donald Trump in connection with Bannon's swearing-in as chancellor on January 22, 2017.

Former Trump adviser, Steve Bannon (R) in connection with his swearing in as counsel on January 22, 2017.

Photo: Mandel Ngan/AFP

Bannon tried in the years after 2017 to mobilize right-wing nationalists Also outside the US, especially in Europe.

Documents will be delivered

The committee has requested documents from the Defense Department that may shed light on Donald Trump’s possible plans to remain president after January 20 this year.

Kashyap Patel worked for national security in the Trump White House, but was chief of staff at the Department of Defense during the storm.

According to the Washington Post, the committee believes Patel is linked to documents about a potential emergency and civil disorder as of 2020.

Share Patel in Security debates in Congress In the days before the storm. He is also said to have had direct contact with Chief of Staff Meadows on January 6.

The gallows was established outside Congress on January 6, 2021

Trump supporters held a gallows outside Congress on January 6.

Foto: ANDREW CABALLERO-REYNOLDS / AFP / NTB

Trump condemns hearing

Former President Donald Trump has condemned the investigation and is trying to stop the release of the documents and the hearings.

Trump refers to the so-called “executive privilege,” the right to withhold information that might harm the president’s exercise of power from the public. The court is not mentioned in the Constitution, but it is supported by decisions of the US Supreme Court.

But there is political disagreement about that as well former Presidents may invoke this right, ifølge The Washington Post.

Trump is also asking the congressional committee to call witnesses to the “rigged presidential election in 2020, which was the main reason hundreds of thousands of people went to Washington, DC.”

There is no evidence that Joe Biden’s victory was the result of electoral fraud.


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