"If Donald Trump had succeeded, he'd be bragging about it," says Raskin, a member of the Jan. 6 panel. He argues the former president must be held accountable based on the facts and what the laws say.
Six members of the House panel investigating the Jan. 6 riots on the U.S. Capitol are running for reelection in 2022.
An attorney representing two parents who sued conspiracy theorist Alex Jones over his false claims about the Sandy Hook massacre said the House committee has requested records from Jones' phone.
Even if the January 6 investigation had wrapped this week, the former president would still be looming over the fall landscape like a rising harvest moon.
As the Jan. 6 hearings have played out, there has been only some, if any, movement in people's views of what happened on Jan. 6, 2021, but independents' views have changed since a December poll.
Donald Trump's TV fixation led him to the White House. The House Select Committee investigating the January 6 attack on the U.S Capitol will show that obsession also defined his actions on that day.
The prosecution's first witness testified that Steve Bannon blew past warnings that he could face criminal contempt charges for flouting demands about the Jan. 6 attack.
"The RNC and Republicans on Capitol Hill know they are poised for a great election year and what's the biggest thing that could be a hurdle to that? Donald Trump," says one longtime GOP consultant.
Here are some of the standout moments made so far in the Jan. 6 committee hearings, as the committee laid out its case that former President Trump is responsible for the insurrection.
The House committee subpoenaed the Secret Service for text messages agents reportedly deleted around Jan. 6, 2021, as the panel probes Donald Trump's actions at the time of the deadly Capitol attack.
Trump made a fateful choice in the early morning hours of Dec. 19, 2020, days after the Electoral College voted, to choose a path that led to the insurrection on Jan. 6.
The committee showed video clips and text messages to demonstrate how far-right groups were emboldened by Trump's false claims about the 2020 election.
The most telling testimony against the Republican former president has come from Republicans he appointed or who supported him and voted for him (and, in some cases, say they would do so again).
Witnesses in today's hearing revealed details of a dramatic Oval Office meeting on Jan. 3, 2021.