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DOJ alerted after Trump called unseen Jan. 6 witness, says Cheney

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NEW: The vice chair of the House committee says Donald Trump has attempted to contact a witness. NEW: Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., said Tuesday that the Justice Department has been notified. The committee investigating last year's attack at the Capitol is working to show how far-right extremists answered Trump's call for a big rally.
5 months ago·Washington, United States

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Trump called Jan. 6 committee witness -Rep. Liz Cheney

Donald Trump called a witness who has yet to appear before a congressionalcommittee investigating the 2021 U.S. Capitol attack, raising concerns the former president might be trying to influence witness testimony, Representative Liz Cheney said at the panel's hearing on Tuesday.

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Liz Cheney, Republican vice-chair of committee, says ‘we will take any efforts to influence witness testimony very seriously’

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Abruptly raising the question of witness tampering, the Jan. 6 committee revealed Tuesday that Donald Trump had attempted to contact a person who was talking to the panel about its investigation of the former president and the 2021 attack on the Capitol.

5 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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Trump reported to Department of Justice for calling Jan 6 committee witness

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Jan. 6 probe: Trump sets rally after 'unhinged' WH meeting

WASHINGTON (AP) — In a heated, “unhinged” dispute, Donald Trump fought objections from his White House lawyers to a plan, eventually discarded, to seize states' voting machines and then, in a last ditch effort to salvage his presidency, summoned supporters to march on the U.S.

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