Emails from Congress show that Trump and his team are urging prosecutors to act on allegations of election fraud and conspiracy theories.
Documents received from the US Department of Justice detail the efforts of then-President Donald Trump, his chief of staff and other allies to put pressure on the agency. challenge The results of the 2020 presidential election, the US House of Commons said on Tuesday.
The House oversight and reform committee he was looking for Posts: The Justice Department outlined a number of urgings from Trump and his former chief of staff, Mark Meadows, a private ombudsman, urging the department to act on the former Republican president’s false election demands.
In the weeks since the November election, Trump and his successors have falsely claimed that his loss was due to widespread voter fraud in the United States. His campaign և Other supporters filed dozens of lawsuits in court, disputing the results. All were expelled or lost, և no fraud was found. Trump continues to claim that the election was “rigged.”
An email from the Committee dated December 14, 2020, USA Day Elective College met in the US before! ratify Democrat Joe Biden’s victory. “President Trump’s White House aide sent a letter from POTUS to then-Deputy Attorney General Effrey Rosen,” the committee said in a statement.
“E-mail The mail attached materials to alleged voter fraud in the Antrim area of Michigan, including “gossip points” claiming that “there is a cover-up of voting machines in Michigan,” “Michigan can not testify about Biden.” continued.
Other documents obtained by the Committee show that two minutes after the documents were sent, the Assistant Attorney General at the time, Richard Donoglu, sent the same documents to U.S. attorneys in Michigan.
And 40 minutes later, Trump announced that then-Attorney General Barr would step down, temporarily replacing Rosen, and that Donogun would be charged with acting attorney general, according to documents obtained by the committee.
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Among the theories that Trump’s team wanted the Justice Department to investigate was a translation of a document translated by “an individual in Italy” that claimed to be “directly aware” of a military Հ CIA conspiracy that changed US election data in Italy. The person claims that the data confirmed that Trump “obviously won” the election, that conservative sources in the Italian secret service confirmed that data.
This document was sent from Meadows to Rose in 2020. On December 30, օր two days later, on January 1, Meadows posted a link to Rosen on YouTube, citing an Italian conspiracy theorist.
According to the documents, Rosen passed the letter to Donogu, who answered: “Pure madness.”
“These documents show that President Trump tried to corrupt our country’s main law enforcement agency in a brazen attempt to overturn his defeated election,” said President Caroline Malone.
Their release comes ahead of a commission hearing on Tuesday with FBI Director Christopher Uray testifying earlier this month before another House committee եներ General Charles Flynn, the brother of former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, who also ran in the Trump election. conspiracy theories.
It is impossible to comment directly on Trump’s representatives.