Trump’s cronies involved in organizing congressional riots, called to testify by Congress

By Eric


The U.S. House of Representatives Select Committee investigating the Capitol Hill riots earlier this year issued subpoenas Wednesday (29) to 11 people suspected of planning and organizing the Stop the steal march, including several close associates of then-President Donald Trump, to testify in late October and early November.
The subpoenas include Katrina Pierson, a former spokeswoman for Trump’s campaign, Justin Caporale, a former senior staffer for Trump’s wife, and Amy Kramer, president of the conservative women’s group Women for America First. Amy Kremer, president of the conservative women’s group Women for America First, and others. The subpoenas request a trove of records, including documentation of planning, funding and participation in the rallies, social media activity of the entities involved, and communications with Trump officials and then members of Congress.
On the other hand, former swimmer Klete Keller, a two-time Olympic gold medalist, has been indicted for his part in the congressional riots. He pleaded guilty in court on Wednesday to obstructing an officer and was sentenced at the next court hearing. The recommended sentence for the charge is 21 to 27 months in prison, but the presiding judge said Keller was not bound by that range.


邮箱地址不会被公开。 必填项已用*标注