Trump did not prevent his supporters from storming the Capitol.. The committee issues its report

After holding a public session, last week, the Parliamentary Investigation Committee issued a ruling on the attack he launched two years ago Supporters of former President Donald Trump On Capitol its final report.

The 845-page report, Friday, reported that President Trump did not prevent his supporters from storming Congress.

He also added that the former president was involved in a conspiracy to overturn the outcome of the 2020 elections, as the committee, headed by Democratic Representative Benny Thompson, and his Republican deputy, Liz Cheney, believes that there is sufficient evidence for the Ministry of Justice to prosecute Trump on 4 specific charges, including obstructing an official procedure, conspiracy, and attempting to nullify the results of the presidential elections in November 2020 and inciting the attack on the government headquarters.

Thus, the full report condemns and blames the former president for the attack, according to the series of summer hearings of the committee and its executive summary, especially since there are witnesses who indicated that Trump and his inner circle worked hard to sow doubts about Joe Biden winning the US presidential elections.

One of Trump’s staunchest supporters was killed in the events

They also waged a multi-pronged campaign to pressure state officials, senior members of the Justice Department and then-Vice President Mike Pence to help change the election results.

He also reported that Trump directed a crowd of thousands of his supporters to demonstrate in front of the Capitol building and disrupt the legislators’ approval of the election results, until they reached a brutal attack that day, explaining that the former president sat in the dining room outside the Oval Office watching the violent riots in the Capitol building on TV screen.

18 months of investigation

The long-awaited report was released after 18 months of congressional investigation.

It is noteworthy that the head of the investigation committee, Benny Thompson, said that during this last public session, members of the committee investigating the role played by the former Republican president in this attack will decide what prosecutions they will recommend to the Minister of Justice to take.

On January 6, 2021, thousands of supporters of former President Donald Trump attacked the headquarters of the legislature, to prevent Congress from approving the election of Joe Biden as President of the United States.

More than 870 arrested

Since that attack, which shocked the world, the authorities have arrested more than 870 people, about 100 of whom have been sentenced to prison terms, including people convicted of violence against the police.

Meanwhile, the decision to indict Trump rests with Attorney General Merrick Garland, who in mid-November appointed a public prosecutor tasked with investigating Trump independently.

This is the first time in US history that a congressional committee issues such a recommendation against an American president

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