Seven House Democrats and two Republicans on Tuesday launch what they say will be the fullest investigation yet of the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, an inquiry that could drag the issue into next year’s midterm election campaign.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi hand-picked all of the members of the new committee, including Republicans Liz Cheney of Wyoming, who was ousted as the House’s No. 3 GOP leader over her criticism of former President Donald Trump, and Adam Kinzinger of Illinois. Four other seats reserved for Republicans are empty, in a stand-off with House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy after Pelosi vetoed of two of his appointees. Read More: https://trib.al/2LWgCp6
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