"I don't recognize the country anymore with these kinds of Stasi-like things happening," said Clark.
Former Justice Department leaders described how Donald Trump tried to subvert the 2020 election. Trump was watching and posting on Truth Social.
GOP Representatives Matt Gaetz, Mo Brooks, Louie Gohmert, Andy Biggs, Marjorie Taylor Greene and Scott Perry all allegedly asked for pardons.
The notes, written by a former acting deputy attorney general, indicate that Trump told top DOJ officials to "just say that the election was corrupt."
The ex-federal prosecutor made the assessment after news broke about federal investigators searching a former acting assistant attorney general's home.
Frank Luntz said the hearings are even affecting some Republican voters, who are moving on from Trump to other 2024 hopefuls.
The fifth hearing from the Select Committee focused on Trump's effort to pressure the Department of Justice.
Former President Donald Trump is courting violence by leaning into conspiratorial narratives about the intentions of the January 6th Select Committee and investigation.
It is time for the riots' leaders to be dragged into Congress and asked under oath what coordinating role they played, what their intent was, and what else they mean to do to American society.
The panel will hear from former Justice Department officials who refused former president Donald Trump's demands to declare the 2020 election "corrupt."
Federal agents have issued a number of subpoenas as part of the investigation into a plot to reverse President Joe Biden's victory in the 2020 election.
Michigan's Steve Carra said the day should be recognized for the "heinous and tyrannical actions" by an "unhinged and politically motivated ruling elite."
How can a congressional committee focused on Jan. 6th not care about what actually happened that day?
"I've lost my name, and I've lost my reputation. I've lost my sense of security," Ruby Freeman said while testifying to the January 6 committee.
The footage reportedly contains interviews with former President Donald Trump, his children and Mike Pence.
The former Arizona House Speaker said he never made the election claim in testimony to the January 6 panel.
Counsel for Ethan Nordean argued that he would oppose a trial delay if he was not also granted pretrial release under a set of strict conditions.
The fourth televised Jan. 6 Committee hearing will focus on Trump's alleged pressure to state officials to believe his claim that the 2020 election was stolen.
The fourth hearing on January 6 Capitol riot focused on Trump's efforts to pressure state election officials to support unsupported claims of election fraud.
The proceedings, on the fourth day of evidence presented by the committee, will be broadcast on prime-time television from 1 p.m. Eastern Time.
The panel investigating the events that led up to the insurrection will present its fourth day of evidence on Tuesday.
The former president was speaking to Newsmax on the eve of the latest January 6 live televised hearings.
The Harvard professor also said the former president must be banned from running for office for inciting the insurrection on January 6.
The hearings have looked into Donald Trump's alleged efforts to reverse the results of the November 2020 election.
Two more televised hearings on the events which led up to the riot will take place on Tuesday and Thursday.
A majority of Americans believe the former president should be indicted, according to multiple recent polls.
When Trump sent out a tweet attacking Pence on Jan. 6, he "already knew the violence was underway," the congresswoman noted Sunday.
The Jan. 6 Committee will "show evidence of the president's involvement in the scheme," the congressman said Sunday.
The Republican congressman said Saturday that the South Carolina senator "predicted the future."
The legal analyst said Saturday that "there is a way to deal with a man who committed crimes to try to end our democracy."