Watch live: Jan. 6 Committee votes on holding Mark Meadows in contempt

Watch live: Jan. 6 Committee votes on holding Mark Meadows in contempt
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The bipartisan House Select Committee on the January 6 Attack will meet at 7 PM ET to discuss and vote on holding former Trump White House chief of staff Mark Meadows in criminal contempt of Congress.

The Committee on late Sunday night released a damning 51-page bombshell report on its case to refer Meadows to the Dept. of Justice for prosecution. It included the now infamous details that Meadows in a Jan. 5 email stated the National Guard was on standby to “protect pro Trump people.”

You can watch live below, or on C-SPAN cable TV, their streaming app, or online at

News channels like MSNBC and CNN likely will also show at least a portion of the meeting.

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