On June 9, 2022, the Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the U.S. Capitol held the first in a series of public hearings.
In the days since the insurrection at the Capitol, many of those arrested and charged for their roles have said they were simply following Trump’s orders.
The second time around, Democrats could proposed preventing Trump from ever holding federal office again.
When the president-elect assumes office, his administration will be allowed to terminate or modify contracts with the construction firms building the wall.
State election officials and local health and school boards are the latest targets of threats and intimidation.
Presidential pardons technically only apply to federal crime--meaning state charges against Trump and his family could go on.
Unlike past administrations, Trump and his staff are pushing through major policy changes that could make life harder for President-elect Biden.