The Political Scene Live with Jamie Raskin: January 6th and Accountability for Donald Trump

Listen and subscribe: Apple | Spotify | Google | Wherever You ListenSign up to receive our weekly newsletter of the best New Yorker podcasts.Photograph by Al Drago / Getty Thursday marks the last expected public hearing of the congressional January 6th committee. The eight previous hearings have already revealed extraordinary information about just how close American

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Thursday marks the last expected public hearing of the congressional January 6th committee. The eight previous hearings have already revealed extraordinary information about just how close American democracy came to being overturned during the insurrection. But what has yet to be revealed? Will we learn what Donald Trump was doing while the Capitol was stormed? Will action be taken? The New Yorker’s Washington bureau—Evan Osnos, Jane Mayer, and Susan B. Glasser—are joined at The New Yorker Festival by Representative Jamie Raskin, who is both a congressman and a constitutional scholar, to discuss the legal theory of the many possible cases against Trump. “Trump is a one-man crime wave,” Raskin says. “Like, he personally affects the crime rate.”

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