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The committee’s work isn’t confined to investigations of alleged election fraud. In the past, the DOJ has raided the homes of political figures like Eastman, or those involved in vote-counting schemes. While these raids aren’t connected to the work of the committee, the two will converge after the report is published. The DOJ chief counsel will then decide what to do with the investigative materials in the report.
The House Oversight Committee is still in discussions with the Secret Service about possible appearances. In the meantime, members of the committee are still meeting to discuss potential witnesses. They’ll play portions of Cipollone’s testimony to show the broader picture. The committee has also begun hearing from Trump’s lawyers about possible appearances at upcoming hearings.
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The current ASC Chair, Nicole Oswald, has been taking leave. Mike Priem will serve as interim chair. The TTC process is still generating significant discussion. Additionally, the ASC has been invited to participate in a study group to evaluate workload requirements for academic staff. These discussions will parallel the process for faculty.
The House Judiciary Committee will also hold a public hearing on the Capitol riot on Jan. 6, and will focus on the role of violent extremists and connections with the Trump White House. The hearing will also focus on the Trump administration’s views on the Electoral College count and certification. During the hearing, aides will provide details about what motivated people to go to D.C. on Jan. 6.