Jan. 6 committee hearing schedule: Here’s what we know about the upcoming Jan. 6 hearings

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The Jan. 6 committee’s next hearing on its Capitol attack findings is Thursday. The other five hearings have not yet been scheduled.

In hearings last week and Monday, the House Jan. 6 committee investigating the Capitol attack described a “sprawling, multi-step conspiracy” to stop the peaceful transfer of power spearheaded by former President Donald Trump and his willingness to ignore his staff’s finding that he lost the election.

The committee will present more evidence when it meets again this week, part of a series of eight hearings on its findings. The next hearing is Thursday. A hearing scheduled for Wednesday has been postponed. The remaining five hearings have not yet been scheduled.

Here’s what the Jan. 6 committee’s hearing schedule looks like so far:

  • Thursday at 1 p.m.

Monday’s hearing was marked by explosive testimony from Trump aides as well as former Attorney General Bill Barr of how they advised Trump not to declare victory on election night and how he ignored evidence he lost the election.

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Here’s what you need to know about the Jan. 6 hearings to come:

What can we expect?

Though there’s still much unknown about what the next Jan. 6 hearings may reveal, Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., laid out a loose framework for what we might expect.

On Thursday, the committee will dig more into its findings.

  • Thursday’s hearing will revolve around the former president’s efforts to “pressure” former Vice President Mike Pence to overturn the election, she said.

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Subsequent hearings, for which dates have not yet been set, will cover Trump’s efforts to goad state legislators and election officials into changing their election results and how it culminated in the Jan. 6 Capitol attack, according to Cheney.

More on the Jan. 6 committee’s hearings on its findings:

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