– Cases were recommended against Trump’s relatives
Delegates spoke Wednesday in support of criminal charges against two Trump aides for refusing to testify at the House hearing on the Capitol storm.
When Donald Trump was in the White House, Don Scovino, who was in charge of his social networks, and Peter Navarro, the former president’s economic adviser, were referred to federal prosecutors by congressional hearings.
The two did not agree to testify before a parliamentary committee accused of shedding light on the Capitol storm when thousands of supporters of Donald Trump occupied a seat in the U.S. Congress in an attempt to prevent elected officials from certifying Joe Biden’s victory. Presidential election.
Competition against time
It is suspected that Don Scovino was with Donald Trump on January 5, 2021, the day before the attack, and was involved in a discussion on how to persuade members of Congress not to obtain the certificate.
Peter Navarro, meanwhile, “did not hide his role in maneuvering to change the outcome of the 2020 election, and noted the former president’s support for these plans,” Democrat Benny Thompson, the leader of the House inquiry, underscored.
The congressional hearing about that were exactly where the Democrats came from. He hopes to publish his findings before the November legislative election, in which Republicans can regain control of the House and bury his work.