January 6th will see a hearing on Trump’s pressure campaign on state officials. In an interview with CNN on Sunday, Rep. Adam Schiff, a California Democrat, said the hearing would focus on Trump’s lies, false information and pressure campaign to remove elected officials. The hearing will also focus on those who did not cave to the pressure. Here’s what you can expect.

The hearing will examine President Donald Trump’s campaign of pressure on Republican state officials following the election. Committee aides previewed key flash points ahead of time. Speaker Rusty Bowers of Arizona is scheduled to testify about pressure from Trump and his attorney Rudy Giuliani. Raffensperger will testify in a case regarding voter fraud in Georgia. But what will the hearing reveal about Trump’s political influence?

This hearing will focus on the campaign of ex-President Donald Trump against state and local officials in order to reverse the 2020 presidential election. The hearing will start at 1 p.m. ET on Thursday. While the committee is analyzing the circumstances surrounding the attack, the panel’s goal is to learn more about Trump’s campaign’s pressure campaign and its role in the election.

A committee hearing on Jan. 6 will highlight the dereliction of duty by the former president. Democratic Rep. Elaine Lurie claims that the hearing will reveal the extent to Trump attempted to overturn the election, after he falsely claimed it was rigged. Lurie has put together a timeline with details about Trump’s actions. And she is sure that the Democrats will be vindicated.

Another topic that will be investigated by the House Select Committee is the fake electors campaign. The investigation into Trump’s illegal election strategy was aided by the fake electors campaign. Although it wasn’t illegal, it was the basis for Trump’s illegal strategy. Fake electors were used and fake election certificates were used to manipulate elections. The fake electors scheme was carried out by the Trump White House and coordinated with its top advisers, including former chief of staff Mark Meadows. The Vice President refused to interfere with the investigation into Trump’s pressure campaign against state officials.

On Jan. 6, a former Fox News political editor testified. He said that the election results in Arizona were a red mirage because they were not reliable. This was true in Arizona, but he had never been a victim of Trump’s pressure campaign on state officials. Chris Stirewalt (ex-Trump campaign manager) urged state officials and party officials not to issue certifications of election results in order to allow alternate lists of electors for Congress.

Rep. Cheney, vice-chair of the House Oversight Committee said that Dr. John Eastman had told President Trump that the election was “fixed”. This despite his own legal counsel concluding he did not have the power to do so. The Republican nominee didn’t win the election in Florida by a wide margin. His opponent, Senator Marco Rubio won it.