U.S. Capitol Hill hearing to be held on June 15 postponed

On June 14, local time, the U.S. House of Representatives committee responsible for investigating the Capitol Hill riots early last year postponed a hearing originally scheduled for June 15 local time to review former President Trump’s efforts to force the Justice Department to investigate “their unintended consequences.” Efforts to Unfounded Election Fraud Allegations”.

The hearing is scheduled to focus on former President Donald Trump’s attempts to use the Justice Department to overturn the 2020 U.S. presidential election and to force the Justice Department to investigate “his baseless allegations of election fraud.” After losing the 2020 election, Trump insisted the election was fraudulent, then-Trump administration officials said.

The hearing, scheduled for Thursday, will still take place, the inquiry committee said in a statement, but gave no other details.

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