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Download the Jan 6 Final Report and Get Ready for Action: How to Hold the Perpetrators Accountable

"If we lacked the imagination to suppose that a President would incite an attack on his own Government, urging his supporters to 'fight like hell,' we lack that insight no more," the report says. The lawmakers add:

The lengthy introduction of the report was released on Monday, along with the announcement of criminal and ethical referrals. The full report, made public on Thursday night, includes additional evidence and citations for its conclusions.

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In its voluminous final report released late Thursday night, the committee said they are aware of \"multiple efforts by President Trump to contact Select Committee witnesses,\" and that the Justice Department is aware of at least one of those circumstances.

\"Ivanka Trump was not as forthcoming as ... others about President Trump's conduct,\" the committee noted in its summary report released earlier in the week. \"Indeed, Ivanka Trump's Chief of Staff Julie Radford had a more specific recollection of Ivanka Trump's actions and statements.\"

The committee's final report, the culmination of its 17-month probe, called on Congress to consider barring Trump from holding further office for leading what it called a \"multi-part conspiracy to overturn the lawful results of the 2020 Presidential election.\"

The House committee investigating Jan. 6 on Monday recommended criminal charges for former President Donald Trump for his role in the Capitol insurrection and released the initial summary of its final report. The full report is expected to be released on Wednesday.

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The House select committee probing the Jan. 6, 2021, assault on the U.S. Capitol released its final report Thursday, concluding the nearly 18-month investigation that resulted in the historic recommendation that former President Donald Trump be criminally prosecuted for his conduct surrounding the insurrection.

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