The Home committee investigating the Jan. 6 assault on the Capitol on Monday abruptly scheduled a listening to for Tuesday afternoon to listen to what the panel known as “lately obtained proof” and take witness testimony.
The listening to is scheduled for 1 p.m., in response to a information launch issued by the committee, during which it supplied no different particulars in regards to the shock session.
The panel has held a sequence of hearings this month laying out the findings of its almost yearlong investigation, however it had not been scheduled to have any extra classes this week.
The committee is planning no less than two extra hearings for July, in response to its chairman, Consultant Bennie Thompson, Democrat of Mississippi. These hearings are anticipated to element how a mob of violent extremists attacked the Capitol and the way President Donald J. Trump did nothing to name off the violence for greater than three hours.
Earlier hearings have centered on the stress campaigns Mr. Trump launched towards the Justice Division, state officers and his personal vice chairman, as he sought to cling to energy.