Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD), who serves on the 1/6 Committee, said that Trump members have come and are giving evidence.
STEPHANOPOULOS: Former press secretary, former President Trump’s secretary, Stephanie Grisham, appeared before your committee this week. You said they opened search queries that did not reach you. Like what?
RASKIN: Well, he had a few names I had never heard of, and he had a way of looking at them.
Behold, there is – a strange thing that is going on, George, that many people, both within the Trump administration and abroad, are moving forward to present the evidence they have. And, of course, it is their official duty when Congress comes to call for it, and it is the kind of work and honor for the people to do that.
And mostly, people took part. It’s the only problem when you approach Donald Trump and you have a few people who think they are above the law like Roger Stone and Steve Bannon and Mark Meadows, after being scared by Donald Trump.
But most of the time, we participate in a fantastic get-together, and we connect all the dots.
Reasons Why Trump Employees Turn To Him
Trump’s former allies and allies all have different reasons for turning to him, but they fall into several categories. There are former employees like Stephanie Grisham who are disgusted with Trump’s actions and are willing to step down in 2024.
The second group is those who fear that the 1/6 Committee is working. There are many former Trump employees and their allies who do not have the resources to fund a congressional inquiry that has shown a willingness to commit terrorism.
Trump staffers turn to him and testify to the committee, so the former President who failed to be completely honest gets nothing from the many around him.
Mr. Easley is the editor-in-chief. He is also the White House Press Pool and a DRM correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy, and specialized public administration skills.
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