The House committee will meet on Monday afternoon to consider criminal referrals against former President Donald J. Trump and several of his associates before issuing its final report.
The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol will meet at 1 p.m. on Monday before it officially dissolves at the end of the current Congress.
About a year and a half after the committee formed, it will meet once more to consider criminal referrals against former President Donald J. Trump and several of his associates before issuing its final report.
The committee plans to discuss its eight-chapter report, recapping some of the findings it revealed previously and also exploring new evidence it gathered in the months since its most recent hearing, in October.
Since its October session, the panel has continued accumulating evidence. It held new interviews with Anthony M. Ornato, a former Secret Service agent, as well as other witnesses from within the Secret Service. The committee has also been busy summarizing its findings, compiling what it has uncovered in previous hearings into its final report.
Before it adjourns, the committee is expected to conclude its investigation with a vote on whether to adopt the report and the recommendations for criminal referrals within it. While the vote itself would not result in criminal charges, the criminal and civil referrals could be passed on to the Justice Department and other bodies including the House Ethics Committee and the Federal Election Commission.
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