House vote approves Jan. 6 committee report recommending Steve Bannon be held for criminal contempt

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The House voted to approve the Jan. 6 committee’s report recommending Trump ally Steve Bannon be held for criminal contempt of Congress after he defied a subpoena to appear before the panel.

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