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Capitol Hill Riot Investigation to Interview Supreme Court Justice’s Wife

Washington: Conservative activist Virginia Thomas, wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, has agreed to participate in a voluntary interview with a House panel investigating the Jan. 6 riots, her attorney said Wednesday. said to

Attorney Mark Paoletta said Thomas was “enthusiastic to answer the Commission’s questions to clear up misunderstandings about her work related to the 2020 election.”

Virginia Thomas and Deputy Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas arrive at the 2019 state dinner with then-Prime Minister of Australia Scott Morrison and then-US President Donald Trump in 2019. credit:APs

The committee asked for an interview with Thomas to learn more about her role in helping former President Donald Trump reverse his election loss. I got in touch with state politicians.

The Commission has announced it will resume hearings on September 28. Public hearings started this summerThe hearing announcement comes as the commission prepares to complete its work by the end of the year and is writing its final report summarizing its findings on the Capitol riots.

Commission members had promised more hearings in September to wrap up the series of summer hearings. Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney, the Republican vice-speaker, said the commission “has far more evidence to share and gather with the American people.”

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It was unclear whether the hearings would provide a general overview of what the panel had learned, or focus on new information and evidence, such as an interview with Thomas.

The committee conducted several interviews with Trump cabinet members in late July and August. Some even discussed invoking the 25th Amendment constitutional process to remove Trump from office after the riots.

Trump and his adult children were there Wednesday New York State Attorney General Sued for Fraud.

Capitol Hill Riot Investigation to Interview Supreme Court Justice’s Wife

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