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World United States: Trump Allies cited in the Survey of Capitol

08:50  24 september  2021
08:50  24 september  2021 Source:   lejdd.fr

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USA-Capitole-Security: United States: Trump Allies cited in the Survey of the Assault of the Assault Capitol

ETATS-UNIS: DES ALLIÉS DE TRUMP CITÉS À COMPARAÎTRE DANS L'ENQUÊTE SUR L'ASSAUT DU CAPITOLE © Reuters / Stephanie Keith United States: Trump Allies quoted in the Survey of the Capitol

Washington (Reuters) - The US Chamber Special Committee on Representatives, which investigates the assault From the Capitol, on January 6, by hundreds of supporters of Donald Trump, quoted to appear four former members of the Trump administration, said Thursday the President of the Commission.

Mark Meadows, the former Secretary General of the White House, and Steve Bannon, one of the strategists of Donald Trump's election campaign in 2016 and former counselor of the White House, are among the people covered by these quotes to appear. .

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The former Deputy Staff Head of the White House, Dan Scavino, and the former member of the Ministry of Defense, Kash Patel, were also cited in appearing and received the order to produce documents and to present themselves. At the testimony, said the chair of the committee, Bennie Thompson, in a statement.

A representative from Mark Meadows stated that he refused to comment. Steve Bannon and Dan Scavino could not be joined for a comment.

Kash Patel said he was "disappointed, but not surprised" that the committee issued an assignment to appear before applying for voluntary cooperation.

(Report Eric Beech, with Steve Holland; French version Camille Raynaud)

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