House Speaker Nancy Pelosi damaged the credibility of the January 6th Committee by blocking Republican appointments. But that shouldn’t mean ignoring new information the committee produces. Plus, NC Republican lawmakers unveil their $27.9 billion budget proposal.
The testimony of a former White House top aide yesterday – as presented in the friendly confines of the January 6th Committee hearing – should prompt explanations from other Trump administration officials. But it’s also undermined by the committee’s composition, tactics, and PR stunts.
The “surprise” witness testifies before a special-called meeting of the US House Committee on the January 6th riot. But the committee is now facing charges of lying about witness testimony.
U.S. Senator Thom Tillis (R/NC) joins Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson & Beth Troutman elaborating on what is in the 80-page gun-control bill advanced by the Senate on Tuesday, expectations regarding upcoming Supreme Court rulings, and the continuing House select committee hearings regarding January 6th violence at the Capitol.
In this hour, Lou discusses the double standard in America. Plus, more on the January 6th hearings.
The House Select Committee presenting its report on the January 6th Capitol riot suffers from a lack of credibility and, as such, isn’t convincing people who aren’t already convinced that former President Donald Trump provoked it.
Testimony from advisers to former President Donald Trump say they repeatedly tried to convince him that his re-election was in jeopardy and that allegations of fraud were not provable or believable.