The House Select Committee has held six public hearings in the last month.

The panel, made up of seven Democrats and two Republicans, has a strong case against the former president.

The panel said that Trump knew his claims of election fraud were false and recklessly encouraged them.

It's not clear whether the panel will make a criminal referral of Trump to the DOJ. There are more hearings to come.

Five of the most damaging details have been leveled against Trump.

There wasn't a lot of election fraud.

An audience of 20 million people watched the first hearing in January.

There was a lot of dramatic testimony from the hearing room, but the most telling detail was from a video interview with the president's daughter.

The elder daughter of the president said that she accepted the view of the attorney general that there was no evidence of fraud.

On the video, she said that Barr's assessment affected her perspective. I accepted what the Attorney General said.

While others in Trump's circle derided his claims of election fraud, his own daughter did so packing a unique emotional force.

The former president insisted thatIvanka was not involved in looking at the election results.

He said that she had checked out and was only trying to be respectful to Bill Barr and his position as Attorney General.

The response seemed to betray the fact that he had taken a hit.

The crowd had weapons, and Trump wanted to join them at the Capitol anyway.

Cassidy Hutchinson caused a sensation when she testified to the committee on June 28.

There were unflattering details about Trump's behavior around January 6.

There was controversy over her testimony for a long time.

She said she was told that Trump lunged for the steering wheel of his vehicle and tussling with a Secret Service agent after he was told he couldn't go to the Capitol.

The driver of the vehicle is said to be willing to testify that Trump did not lunge and that no one was injured.

CNN reported that two Secret Service agents confirmed they had heard similar stories.

The damning part of Hutchinson's testimony concerned Trump's knowledge that many of the people in the crowd were carrying weapons.

Hutchinson said she heard Trump say, "I don't care that they have weapons." They can go to the Capitol from here.

Trump told Truth Social that he didn't want or request that we make room for people with guns to watch his speech.

If Hutchinson is correct, the president was aware of the possibility of violence at the Capitol just before he said they should fight like hell.

It raises the stakes politically and could even lead to criminal prosecution.

The campaign manager for Trump was proud to be on the team.

The second hearing of the panel made the case that Trump was aware that his claims of election fraud were not true.

Rudy Giuliani, the former New York City mayor who served as Trump's personal lawyer, was portrayed in the hearing as an unflattering portrait.

Law firms were not comfortable making the arguments that Rudy Giuliani was making publicly because of the lack of evidence.

The thrust of the arguments put forth by Giuliani and other Trump backers was "nuts" according to Eric Herschmann.

Bill Stepien, the campaign manager for the Trump 2020 campaign, summed up the ins and outs of the president's inner circle.

In a video deposition, Stepien said he didn't mind being characterized as being part of "Team Normal".

He hoped that he had earned a good reputation for being honest and professional.

He said that he didn't think what was happening was professional.

There was a fund that didn't exist.

The Trump campaign raised money in the immediate aftermath of the election.

Lofgren claimed that the Big Lie was a rip-off.

Team Trump sent a lot of emails to their supporters during the month of January. More than 20 such emails were sent out.

The recipients were encouraged to contribute to the election defense fund in order to push Trump's claims of fraud in court.

The election defense fund didn't exist.

Gary Coby is the former digital director for the Trump campaign.

The fund was a marketing ploy.

It was a good one. Between the election and December of 2020, the joint fundraising efforts of Trump and the RNC raised over $200 million.

The majority of the money went to the Save America PAC.

According to the panel, this political action committee made millions of dollars of contributions to pro- Trump organizations.

Mike Pence was thought to deserve to be hung.

One of the most shocking occurrences on January 6 was the call from some in the crowd to hang Pence, who refused to help overturn the election.

In his speech at the Ellipse, Trump tried to increase the pressure on Pence.

The president was blithely unconcerned with the situation even after violence broke out.

After the two had been in Trump's presence, Hutchinson witnessed a conversation between the two.

She said that Cipollone urged more direct action because they were calling for the vice president to be hanged.

The man said something to the effect of, "You heard him, Pat." He believes Mike is deserving of it. He doesn't believe they're doing anything wrong

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