The House Committee investigating the January 6 Capitol riot has found evidence that warrants criminal charges against former President Donald Trump, but will not say what those charges are during an interview on Sunday.

House Intelligence Committee Continues Open Impeachment Hearings

Adam Schiff is a member of the House of Representatives. Shawn Thew takes a photo.

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He believes the former president has violated multiple criminal laws when he tried to influence the results of the 2020 presidential election.

A mob to attack the Capitol could be one of the possible criminal probes that Trump could face.

The committee will discuss how to deal with the lawmakers who ignored subpoenas.

Censures, ethics referrals or criminal referrals to another branch of government are some of the options being considered by the committee.

The department of justice has the power to pursue criminal charges.

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According to multiple reports, the committee will vote Monday on whether to encourage the Justice Department to investigate Trump for charges of insurrection, obstruction of an official proceeding and conspiracy to defraud the government. The committee could refer other people in Trump's circle to the DOJ. The January 6 insurrection and Trump's handling of classified documents from his presidency are under investigation by the DOJ.

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The report from the 16-month investigation is expected to be released later in the week. The report will detail Trump's efforts to sow distrust in the election process, his campaign to pressure federal and state officials to invalidate the results, and his influence over the rioters. When Republicans take over the House in January, the committee is likely to be dissolved.

Steven Cheung said that the January 6 committee was a stain on the country's history. The committee's work "insults Amercians' intelligence and makes a mockery of our democracy" according to Cheung.

The final hearing of the committee was subpoenaed by lawmakers.

The committee may vote to charge Trump with a criminal offense.

Liz Cheney suggests that Trump may testify to the committee in January.