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Donald Trump Slams Jan. 6 Committee on Truth Social

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Donald Trump Slams Jan. 6 Committee on Truth Social

Donald Trump Slams Jan. 6 Committee on Truth Social

Donald Trump Slams Jan.

6 Committee , on Truth Social.

The House committee that's been investigating the events of Jan.

6 publicly shared some of its findings on June 9.

The House committee that's been investigating the events of Jan.

6 publicly shared some of its findings on June 9.

Testimony from several witnesses, including Ivanka Trump, former AG William Barr, and Capitol Police officer Caroline Edwards was also included.

Testimony from several witnesses, including Ivanka Trump, former AG William Barr, and Capitol Police officer Caroline Edwards was also included.

Testimony from several witnesses, including Ivanka Trump, former AG William Barr, and Capitol Police officer Caroline Edwards was also included.

Trump was accused of endorsing the chants of rioter's shouting "Hang Mike Pence!".

Trump was accused of endorsing the chants of rioter's shouting "Hang Mike Pence!".

AG Barr said he told the former president he "didn't want to be a part of" saying the election was stolen.

AG Barr said he told the former president he "didn't want to be a part of" saying the election was stolen.

Ivanka testified that she accepted Barr's conclusions that there was no widespread voter fraud.

Trump took to his social media platform, Truth Social, on June 10 to lash out about the claims that had been made.

A second hearing will take place on June 13


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