The hearing is expected to detail how then-President Donald Trump is “engaged in huge efforts to spread false and fraudulent information”although” Trump and his advisers knew that he in fact lost the election,” the statement reads. panel Vice Chairman Liz Cheney, Republican of Wyoming, who outlined on Thursday that committee plans to uncover over seven June hearings.
Monday’s hearing will include testimony conservative Republican Election Attorney Ben Ginsberg and former Trump campaign manager Bill Stepien, according to a committee press release.
Additional testimony pending from BJ Park, former US Attorney for Northern District of Georgia and Al Schmidt former Philadelphia city commissioner.
Chris Stirwalt, former Fox political editor who was fired from network in January 2021 after right-wing reactions to Fox. call of Arizona for then-candidate Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election also act as a witness.
Monday delivery will be follow in panelx first prime- listening time last a week that included a carefully constructed schedule of in events leading up until January 6, emotional testimony of a wounded Capitol police officer in riot and never-before-seen footage.
Testimony played during this hearing showed that Ivanka Trump, former Presidential daughter as well as former White House senior adviser, told the committee that she respected former Attorney General William Barr and “accepted” his claim that there was not enough electoral fraud to cancel the 2020 election. In his own recorded testimony before panelBarr said former President’s claims of electoral fraud was “bullshit”.
Trump pushed back publicly against his daughter testimonial, writing on his social media Truth Social platform: “Ivanka Trump did not participate in watching or studying elections results. She checked a long time ago out and was in my opinion, I’m just trying to show respect to Bill Barr and his position as Attorney General (he sucks!)”
CNN previously reported that the committee plans open number of his findings over June hearings.
what time is the hearing set to start?
hearing on Monday begin at 10 am ET.
Where will it take place?
Hearings will take place in Cannon House office building.
Where can I watch it?
The hearing will be broadcast live on CNN and live coverage will featured on CNN.com without logging in. CNN special coverage of the hearing will be broadcast live on CNN app and live coverage with updates will be on CNN.com and cnnespanol.cnn.com.