Donald Trump has resorted to the Courts of the USA, the Congress Decision of the White House documents concerning the insurrection that occurred on January 6, when a turbamult of his followers assaulted the Capitol in an attempt to subvert the results of The presidential elections in November, unleashing a campal battle with the police in which five people died. The former president of the United States has also brought to justice the delivery of documents relating to attempts from him to alter the electoral result on statements prior to the assault.
The decision is a response to the Order of the House of Representatives, formed by Democrats and Republicans, to claim those documents. The orders of the Committees and Research Commissions of the US Congress have the character of legal orders, and their non-compliance can carry civil or even criminal penalties. Precisely, the Chamber is discussing to present criminal charges against the 'brain' of the Victory of Trump in 2016, Stephen Bannon, for refusing to declare before the Commission. Bannon has adopted that decision following the Council of Trump's lawyers.
In this regard, he compared the Committee's request with an "Illegal and Vejatory Fishing Expedition," which, in his opinion, is "supported" by Biden and seeks to "investigate in an unstitutional way" to his former government.
"Our laws should not allow such impulsive and atrocious action against a former president and nearby advisers," Trump said through his lawyers in demand.
The Committee investigating the assault on the Capitol was created by the president of the House of Representatives, the Democrat Nancy Pelosi, and his mission is to investigate why the assault occurred, who was responsible and what can be done to avoid another similar event.Updated Date: 20 October 2021, 09:29