US News Capitol's Assault Survey: The Supreme Court inflicts a setback in Donald Trump

09:20  20 january  2022
09:20  20 january  2022 Source:   france24.com

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Devant la Cour suprême de Washington, le 19 janvier 2021. © Leah Millis, Reuters before the Supreme Court of Washington, January 19, 2021.

The Supreme Court of the United States rejected, Wednesday , Donald Trump's request to maintain the confidentiality of the White House archives related to the actions of the US President on January 6, 2021, the day of the assault of the Capitol by his followers. It is a victory for the "Special Commission" of the House of Representatives who investigate on this file.

The Supreme Court paved the way, Wednesday, January 19, to the transfer of documents related to the actions of Donald Trump on January 6, 2021 to the Parliamentary Inquiry Commission, to shed light on its role in the assault on Capitol.

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The highest jurisdiction of the United States rejected, to a majority of eight judges on nine, the attempt at the former president to maintain the confidentiality of the archives of the White House in a short stop that does not explain his motives.

These hundred pages of documents include, among other things, the lists of people who visited him or called it on January 6, 2021, as well as notes taken during these exchanges.


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The decision of the Supreme Court represents a considerable victory for the "Special Commission" of the House of Representatives which is engaged in a judicial guerrilla with the former president and his loved ones.

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The two elected officials at the head of this commission, the Democrat Bennie Thompson and the Republican Liz Cheney, greeted in a statement a "victory for the rule of law and for the American democracy". They clarified having already started receiving some documents that the former president had hoped to keep hidden. "

The members of the Commission of 6 January, mostly Democrats, seek to determine the role of Republican billionaire in the attack of thousands of its supporters on the headquarters of the Congress, at the moment when the elected officials certified the victory of his opponent Democrat Joe Biden to the presidential election.

They lead a race against the watch, because they want to publish their findings before the mid-term legislative elections, in less than a year, in which the Republicans could resume control of the House and bury their work.

"fraudulent" tax practices

In a separate judicial file, the former real estate magnat also saw the sky darken. Tuesday night, the New York State Attorney General announced having "evidence of" fraudulent "tax practices" within the Trump Organization.

In a document of more than one hundred pages, Letitia James accuses it, as well as two of his children, to have poorly valued some of their assets to draw an "economic advantage". According to her, he would have underestimated property with the tax authorities to pay less taxes, and would have suggested them with banks to obtain loans.

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