The House Select Committee investigating the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riot will hold its next hearing next Wednesday, chairwoman Bennie Thompson TellNew York Times Tuesday.
Mr Thompson said this could be his last hearing unless there are new developments. The hearing came after the August recess and has not been held since the House reconvened.
Before the House adjourned, Vice Chairman Liz Cheney said that while the committee hopes to wrap up hearings in July, new developments mean the committee could hold hearings in August.
It is worth noting that time is also running out for the Committee to submit its report. His term ends on December 31, and Republicans are expected to take over the House of Representatives in November’s midterm elections.
Likewise, three members of the committee will leave Congress early next year. Ms. Cheney lost the Wyoming general district primary to Harriet Hagerman, largely because of her constant criticism of former President Donald Trump and members of his committees.
Another Republican on the committee, Rep. Adam Kinsinger of Illinois, chose not to seek re-election, as did Rep. Stephanie Murphy of Florida, a Democrat. Another member of the committee, Democratic Rep. Elaine Luria, also faces a tough re-election bid in Virginia’s second district.
The committee plans to submit a final report by the end of the year, but Love News It may not release the report until after the election, the report said.
The final hearing came before the FBI executed a search warrant against Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida.