Trump’s ally Bannon surrenders

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Former US President Donald Trump’s longtime adviser Steve Bannon has surrendered to the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

Bannon surrendered on Monday after being accused of insulting Congress, the AFP news agency reported.

On January 8, a fierce attack on Capitol Hill, a congressional building, was carried out by fierce supporters of then-President Trump. Bannon was summoned to a congressional hearing about the attack. But he appeared at the hearing and refused to provide evidence. That’s why Bannon was charged with contempt of Congress.

Bannon, 6, was indicted by a US federal grand jury on Friday. Bannon surrendered yesterday in the wake of a federal grand jury start trial.

Bannon has been charged with two counts of contempt. Each convict is sentenced to one month to one year in prison. There are provisions for imprisonment as well as fines.

Bannon is due to appear in court on Monday, local time. He can get bail from the court.

Former US President Donald Trump’s longtime adviser Steve Bannon has surrendered to the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

Bannon surrendered on Monday after being accused of insulting Congress, the AFP news agency reported.

On January 8, a fierce attack on Capitol Hill, a congressional building, was carried out by fierce supporters of then-President Trump. Bannon was summoned to a congressional hearing about the attack. But he appeared at the hearing and refused to provide evidence. That’s why Bannon was charged with contempt of Congress.
Bannon, 6, was indicted by a US federal grand jury on Friday. Bannon surrendered yesterday in the wake of a federal grand jury start trial.

Bannon has been charged with two counts of contempt. Each convict is sentenced to one month to one year in prison. There are provisions for imprisonment as well as fines.
Bannon is due to appear in court on Monday, local time. He can get bail from the court.

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