After distancing herself from her father’s baseless claims of widespread voter fraud, former US President Donald Trump has retaliated against his daughter, Ivanka.
In an investigation into the 2021 US Capitol riots, a previously unknown film of Trump dismissing the charges aired Thursday night. Ms. Trump.
According to President Trump, Ivanka Trump had “long ago checked out” the results.
The Democrats claim that the mob attack on Congress resulted from a months-long conspiracy to overthrow the President Trump administration. .’s
ON THURSDAY, the US House of Representatives select committee aired graphic footage and evidence from the Capitol raid on January 6, 2021, in Washington, DC.
Twenty million people tuned in to see the hearing live on television.
- Graphic evidence as Trump is accused of attempting a coup d’état
- The hearing on the Capitol riots has five main takeaways.
- Images of the rioters are depicted in five distinct ways.
- On January 6, there was a disturbance on Capitol Hill.
The broadcast included a clip of his testimony when former Attorney General Bill Barr consistently rejected the outgoing president’s assertions that extensive voter fraud was responsible for his defeat.
We also heard from Ivanka Trump about her reaction to Barr’s report in her April interview with the committee.
“It changed my outlook,” said Ms. Trump. Attorney General Barr has my respect, so I agreed with what he had to say.”
On Friday, President Trump slammed the investigation as a “WITCH HUNT!” on his Truth Social social media platform.
He said, “Ivanka Trump was not involved in looking at or analyzing Election results.”
I thought she was trying to be polite to Bill Barr and his position as Attorney General (he was a scumbag!),” he said.
Mr. Barr has also been called a “coward” by the president, who has maintained that the election was “rigged.”
In her father’s administration, Ms. Trump served as a presidential adviser and accompanied him to a rally outside the White House just before the attack on the US Capitol took place,
Since the November 2020 election, a small number of incidences of voter fraud have been convicted. Still, no clear evidence of such illegal behavior has emerged that may have impacted President Joe Biden’s win.
Over the next two weeks, the House select committee will have five further hearings.
The focus of the hearing on Monday will be on whether or not Mr. Trump and those close to him were aware that he had lost the election yet continued to circulate allegations of voter fraud.
The panel interviewed 1,000 people throughout the year-long investigation and gathered 140,000 documents.