January 6 panel to hold final public hearing and vote on referrals against Trump – watch live

January 6 panel to hold final public hearing and vote on referrals against trump – watch live

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The US House of Representatives committee investigating the January 6 attack on the US Capitol is expected to vote on referrals against Trump

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