Capitol Report (Feb. 28): First Trial of Jan 6 Detainee Begins

Steve Lance
By Steve Lance
February 28, 2022Capitol Reportshare

President Joe Biden is working with allies Monday, planning their next move on Russia. The administration has now cut ties with Russia’s Central Bank, and Congress is preparing to spend billions to support Ukraine.

Russia, Ukraine, and China—what are the implications moving forward for the American people? U.S. Congressman and candidate for U.S. Senate Tedd Budd weighs in.

There’s something that Biden is adding to his State of the Union speech Tuesday. And we show you the fencing that just went up around the Capitol, along with some unexpected guests guarding the nation’s Capitol.

On Monday, the first defendant from the Jan. 6 Capitol breach was heard in court. The outcome is expected to impact the other cases stemming from Jan. 6, so, for this trial, the stakes are high.

As the United States watches Russia breach Ukraine’s border, it has many asking, “What about the borders of the United States of America?” Congressman Chuck Fleischman is asking DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas for answers.

At the Conservative Political Action Conference over the weekend, former President Donald Trump topped the straw poll for 2024 by a large margin.

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