Today, in a Post Politics Now interview, Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md.) said that the House select committee probing the Jan. 6 insurrection will issue a report that will be “profuse in setting forth crimes that have not yet been alleged” and that the panel, on which he sits, is planning public hearings in May and June. The aim, Raskin said, is “to prevent coups and insurrections going forward.” Look for more from Raskin below.
Meanwhile, President Biden announced a new batch of federal judicial nominees, bringing the total for his tenure to 90. Biden has maintained a remarkable pace, securing Senate confirmation in his first year of more district court and court of appeals judges than any president since John F. Kennedy, even as several of Biden’s high-profile legislative initiatives remain stalled.
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