Business Meeting January 6th Committee Live coverage: holds its final public meeting

Live coverage: 

The House committee that is investigating the January. 6th, 2021 assault in Capitol Hill in the U.S. Capitol is holding its final public hearing this Monday.

The panel has been able to hear from more than 1000 witnesses, analyzed million of records and conducted nine hearings in the course of its investigation lasting for more than a year into what transpired during the time that supporters of the former president Donald Trumpstormed in the Capitol in an attempt to invalidate the results of the 2020 election and what caused the events of that day.

This committee spent over an entire year arguing that Trump was right in the middle of attempts to overturn the outcome and ultimately was responsible for the violent violence.

On Monday, lawmakers will decide whether they want to have that the Justice Department file criminal charges against him and other individuals and provide a summary of their findings.

Where to view:The meeting is scheduled to start with a break at 1 p.m. ET. Watch live on the video above, and keep up-to-date with daily updates by The Hill reporters below.

The business meeting begins

House Jan. 6 Committee Chairman Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.) has presided over the panel’s last public meeting.

The meeting started around 1:07 p.m.

Committee chairman Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.) holds the elevator’s door as he enters the Capitol complex prior to the House committee that is investigating what happened in the Jan. 6 , attack at Capitol Hill. U.S. Capitol holds its last gathering at Capitol Hill at Washington, D.C.

Pence on Trump”I’m not sure whether it’s a crime to receive poor counsel from attorneys’

Former Vice-President Mike Pence on Monday said that he was hoping that the Justice Department would not bring charges against the former president Trump.

A 6 Jan. 6 panel will be voting today to recommend 3 criminal cases against former President Obama, but it is not the responsibility of the Justice Department is not obligated to follow the recommendations of the committee.

“I think the president’s actions and words on January 6 were reckless, but I don’t know that it’s criminal to take bad advice from lawyers,” Pence stated in an interview on Fox News. “And so, I hope the Justice Department is careful.”

How do I view the meeting of the committee on January 6?

If you’re interested in watching the last open meeting for the House committee that is investigating the riots on Jan. 6 2021, here’s the location you can stream it.

The Hill will stream live from the Hill, here.

Television networks, such as PBS, CNN, Fox News, MSNBC and BBC will broadcast live along with C-SPAN.

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