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  • Why the indictment against Trump could be coming soon

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  • Trump lawyers told to expect an indictment on charges related to Jan. 6

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  • Trump continues on the campaign trail amid the threat of another indictment

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  • Special counsel eyes second Trump indictment

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  • Voter in Iowa questions Mike Pence about his actions on Jan. 6

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  • Steve Bannon subpoenaed in Jan. 6 grand jury probe

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Stephen Ayres testifies before Jan. 6 committee about marching to Capitol

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Stephen Ayres, who took part in the Capitol riot, speaks to the January 6 committee about what made him come to the rally with former President Trump and march to the Capitol. He also recalled what finally convinced him the 2020 election had not been stolen as the former president had been suggesting.