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Spokeswoman and Senior Adviser to Ex-President Trump Called by Commission to Investigate Capitol Intrusion |  Abroad

Spokeswoman and Senior Adviser to Ex-President Trump Called by Commission to Investigate Capitol Intrusion | Abroad

The US House of Representatives committee investigating the January 6 storming of the Capitol has again summoned a large number of people local time on Tuesday. They include former White House spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany and President Donald Trump’s senior adviser Stephen Miller. Persons summoned must testify before the commission and submit documents.

In total, it was Wednesday again Ten former employees of Donald Trump have been recalled. In addition to McEnany and Miller, they include former White House Deputy Chief of Staff Christopher Liddell and former National Security Adviser to Vice President Mike Pence.

The commission notes that McEnany, as its spokeswoman, has made several public statements, including about alleged electoral fraud. Miller and his team co-wrote the speech Trump gave just before the storm at a rally near the Capitol.

On Monday, six people were also called before the panel, including former Trump campaign manager William Stebbin.

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The commission wants to know every detail about the Trump camp’s efforts to subvert the election results through testimonies and documents. In total, more than 150 people have already been questioned in connection with the events of January 6.

Another person implicated, former Trump adviser Steve Bannon, declined to testify before the committee about his role in the attack on the Capitol complex. He refuses to explain why he declared before the storm that “hell is going to explode” and invokes the impunity enjoyed by the president’s advisers. The House of Representatives recently decided that Bannon should therefore be prosecuted for contempt of Parliament.

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Donald Trump supporters stormed the Capitol on January 6, as election results were being validated by Congress. Trump has consistently maintained that Democrats stole the election from him. Five people, including a police officer, were killed during the storm. Trump was impeached, but the Republican-controlled Senate acquitted him.