Even the former president’s son, Donald Trump Jr., texted the chief of staff to tell Trump to stop the Capitol attack.
The committee likely wants to hear from Trump Jr. about his texts encouraging the overturning of the 2020 election.
The top GOP leaders in Congress backed down from taking any action against Trump just weeks after the Capitol attack.
The poll comes amid calls for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas to be recused from January 6-related cases.
Experts say Trump’s lucrative fundraising emails exploit conspiracy theories and fascist rhetoric.
The suspicion that these groups coordinated with each other is based on video evidence that hasn’t yet been made public.
Just 28 percent of voters have a favorable view of the Supreme Court justice.
Trump is likely guilty of attempted obstruction of a Joint Session of Congress and conspiracy to defraud the U.S.
The seven-hour gap occurred almost simultaneously with the attack on the U.S. Capitol building.
The DOJ can choose to charge Trump with crimes based on evidence already gathered, committee members have said.