Former US President Donald Trump has gotten back at his daughter Ivanka after she distanced herself from her father’s false claims of widespread vote fraud.

Trump answered in a never-before-seen video that there would be unrest on Capitol Hill in 2021.

Mr. Trump said that Ivanka “had long ago checked out” and hadn’t been paying attention to election results.

This mob assault on Congress was the conclusion of the mont hs of Trump’s attempted revolution, say Democrats.

On Thursday, a US House of Representatives select committee aired a graphic video and testimony from January 6, 2021, raid on the Capitol in Washington, DC.

Twenty million people tuned in to watch the live broadcast of the hearing during prime time.

During the show, former US Attorney General Bill Barr said that he had always ignored the outgoing president’s claims that widespread voter fraud was a big reason why he lost the election.

The committee also played a part in an interview with Ivanka Trump in April in which she in ask how she felt about Mr. Barr’s report.

According to Ms. Trump, “it impacted my viewpoint.

” As a result of my regard for Attorney General Barr, I took his words at face value.

“Witch HUNT!” On Friday, Trump screamed on Truth Social, referring to the investigation as a “witch hunt.”

According to Trump, “Ivanka Trump was not engaged in looking at or reviewing the election results.”

I believe she was just attempting to be respectful to Bill Barr.

Something more about the Trump trial

His position as Attorney General (he sucked!) because she had long ago checked out.

Trump also called Barr a “coward” and said the election was “rigged,” despite Barr’s denials.

In her father’s presidency, Ms. Trump served as a presidential advisor and accompanied him to a rally outside the White House shortly before the assault on the US Capitol took place.

Since the November 2020 election, a small number of people have been found guilty of voting fraud.

But there hasn’t been any clear evidence of illegal behavior that could have changed President Joe Biden’s win.

The House of Representatives select committee will hold five further hearings in the following two weeks.

This next Monday’s hearing will focus on whether or not Mr. Trump and others close to him were aware that he had lost the election.

Despite his insistence on claiming voting fraud as a cover for it.

Throughout the year-long investigation, the panel interviewed 1,000 people and acquired 140,000 documents.

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