January 6 committee staff are angry at Liz Cheney for focusing too much on Trump and think she's doing it for political gain, report says

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US Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY).Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images
The House of Representatives inquiry into Jan. 6 is scheduled to conclude by the end of the year.
Staffers told the Washington Post they were concerned the final report could focus too much on Trump.
They blamed Rep. Liz Cheney and said other key findings were not included.
According to a report published Wednesday by the Washington Post, staffers on the Jan. 6 panel have expressed frustration with Rep. Liz Cheney for focusing the panel's final report too much on former President Donald Trump, at the expense of others aspects of the investigation.
The Post spoke to 15 former and current employees who said Cheney, the committee's vice chair, exercised a high degree of scrutiny over the investigation and the final report. Some staffers said they felt Cheney's focus on Trump was for her own political gain.
"We all came from prestigious jobs and left our jobs because we were told that this would be an important fact-finding investigation that would inform the public," a former committee worker told the Post. "But when [the committee] became a Cheney 2024 campaign, a lot of us got discouraged."
Cheney is one of only two Republicans to join the committee, which is scheduled to expire at the end of this year and is unlikely to be renewed in a Republican-controlled House. Cheney's work on the committee and her staunch opposition to Trump have raised her national profile and earned praise from some Democrats.
But her political standing has taken a hit in the GOP. After losing her leadership position in the House of Representatives in 2021, Wyoming voters overwhelmingly voted for her Trump-backed challenger in the Republican primary. Still, Cheney said in August she was considering running for president and would make a decision in the coming months.
Cheney representatives and Rep. Bennie Thompson, chairman of the Jan. 6 committee, did not immediately respond to insiders' requests for comment.
"Donald Trump is the first president in American history to attempt to overturn an election and prevent the peaceful transfer of power," Cheney spokesman Jeremy Adler told the Post. "So, damn right, Liz 'prioritized' understanding what he did and how he did it, and making sure it never happens again."
Adler continued, "Some staffers submitted subpar material for the report that reflects long-held liberal biases regarding federal law enforcement, Republican and sociological issues that are outside the scope of the Special Committee's work. She will not go along with any 'narrative' suggesting that Republicans are inherently racist or smearing men and women in law enforcement, or suggesting that every American who believes God has blessed America is a white supremacist.
It's unclear when the committee's final report will be released, but Thompson has said it would be out in early December.
Aspects of the investigation that Post officials said they were concerned the cut would not go ahead included findings about: the failures of police and intelligence officials; Funding the Siege of the Capitol; and militias and extremism.
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