Donald Trump criticized the 6th January select committee after the accusation of his former trade advisor Peter Navarro, who is a notorious propagator of false election theft conspiracy theories. He has now been formally charged with contempt of Congress.
“Wow!” wrote the former president on Truth Social, his bespoke social network. “Peter Navarro, our brilliant Harvard-educated White House Trade official…was just handcuffed, shackled, and put into prison because he didn’t obey the orders of the Unselect Committee of political THUGS.”
In the meantime, it has been reported that Mr. Trump could soon announce his proposal for the upcoming presidential race of 2024.
Jason Miller, a longtime confidante, and former assistant told NBC News that the supporter base should be created by Mr. Trump while “it is still fresh in people’s minds”. According to the report, two people in the former close circle of the president have been asked to consider 4 July as a date for a probable announcement, but Mr. Miller added that it was “not true” that the day has been reserved “even unofficially”.
When is the hearing and what’s it all about?
According to the draft schedule, six public hearings will be held by The House select committee which is investigating the Capitol insurrection that took place on 6 January 2021.
The committee is expected to hold two hearings in primetime at 8:00 pm on 9th June, Thursday, and 23rd June, Thursday. In the middle of the primetime hearings, extra public sessions will be conducted at 10 am on 13th June, 15th June, 16th June, and on 21st June.
The hearings are expected to sum up how the law had been violated by Donald Trump and some of his supporters as they had tried to overturn the presidential election of 2020.
Chairman said- “The public needs to know what to think. We just have to show clearly what happened on January 6.”
“The public hasn’t seen Jan 6 woven together”- Adam Schiff
Adam Schiff, a Democratic congressman, and 6 January committee member spoke on CBS News’s Face the Nation yesterday that what point will be trying to make by a panel with the televised hearings that begin later this week.
“The public hasn’t seen it woven together,” he said, “how one thing led to another, how one line of effort to overturn the election led to another, and ultimately led to terrible violence.”
January 6 hearings are not going to live on Fox News
Fox News has decided not to air public hearings of 6 January live on its channel and instead show only “as news warrants” during its prime time shows, the network has said in a press release.
Instead, the live coverage of the hearings will be aired on its sister channel named “Fox Business” noted by the release on Monday.
The decision made by Fox News channel has made it the only major news network in the US that is not airing hearings of the entire 6 January committee live on the day which is set to start on the upcoming Thursday.
Peter Navarro (full name Pete Kent Navarro) was born on 15th July 1949 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He is an American economist and author. When he was under Trump’s administration he served as the Assistant to the President, Director of Trade and Manufacturing Policy, and the National Defense Production Act policy coordinator.
Earlier he served as a Deputy Assistant to the President and Director of the White House National Trade Council, a newly created entity in the White House Office till it was converted into the Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy. A new role was established by executive order in April 2017. He is from the Republican Party.
He is also a professor emeritus of economics and public policy at the Paul Merage School of Business, University of California, Irvine, and the author of Death by China, among other publications. Navarro ran unsuccessfully five times for office in San Diego, California.
Navarro’s well-known publications include:
- Trump Time: My Journal of America’s Plague Year (2021)
- Crouching Tiger: What China’s Militarism Means for the World (2015)
- Death by China: Confronting the Dragon – A Global Call to Action (2011)
- Seeds of Destruction (with Glenn Hubbard) (2010)
- Always a Winner: Finding Your Competitive Advantage in an Up and Down Economy (2009)
- The Well-Timed Strategy: Managing the Business Cycle for Competitive Advantage (2006)
- The Coming China Wars (2006)
- What the Best MBAs Know (2005)
- Principles of Economics: Business, Banking, Finance, and Your Everyday Life (2005)
- When the Market Moves, Will You Be Ready? (2003)
- If It’s Raining in Brazil, Buy Starbucks (2001)
- Bill Clinton’s Agenda for America (1993)
- Job Opportunities Under Clinton/Gore (with Craig Adams) (1993)
- The Policy Game (1984)
- The Dimming of America: The Real Costs of Electric Utility Regulation (1984)
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