Trump criticizes January 6 committee after subpoena for him to depose passed


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Todos os nove parlamentares do comitê que investiga a invasão do Capitólio aprovaram a convocação do ex-presidente

All nine members of the committee investigating the Capitol invasion approved the summons of the former president | Photo: EFE/EPA/Andrew Harnik

The committee of the United States House of Representatives investigating the 6 of January, 2000 approved by unanimously this Thursday (08)) a subpoena for former US President Donald Trump to testify.

All nine parliamentarians of the group (seven from the Democratic Party and two Republicans) approved the call, which Trump suggested he does not intend to attend.

“Why did they wait until the very end, the final moments of their last meeting? Because this committee is a total failure, which has only served to further divide our country, which, by the way, is doing very badly – a mockery in the whole world?”, wrote the former president on his social network, Truth Social.

In January 6 of last year, Trump supporters alleging that there was fraud in the election of Joe Biden in

, stormed the Capitol during the congressional session that ratified the Democrat’s victory. Almost 900 people were arrested for participating in the episode and more than 372 pleaded guilty.

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