Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) said Thursday on CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360” that the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riot will have hearings in the fall “More” information is available on .
“I think the committee has been very thorough and laid out most of what we know,” Cheney said. “We haven’t shared more at the hearing, which we expect we will share in the fall. Referrals make a decision, and ultimately the decision on prosecution rests with the Justice Department, but I expect the committee will have an opinion on that.”
Casey Hunter, CNN’s chief national affairs analyst, said: “You would say how much you learned was unexpected? You obviously have more information than the general public about what happened that day. But when When you started these hearings earlier this year, did you know how much you would know at this point?”
“It’s more informative, more complex and has wider reach than I’ve ever known,” Cheney said. “I think all of us on the committee have the same reaction, which is that more is happening in a number of different areas. things, whether it’s pressure on state officials, or pressure on the Justice Department, or trying to pressure the vice president himself. I think the amount of information is more than I expected. Of course, obviously, I’m very concerned about that. Information By itself it didn’t allay my concerns.”
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