The House select committee investigating the January 6 attack on the Capitol issued six additional subpoenas to top Trump campaign associates, including Michael Flynn, John Eastman and Jason Miller. Republican Rep. Fred Upton voted to impeach then-President Trump following the January 6 riot and voted to hold Trump loyalist Steve Bannon in contempt. He tells Anderson Cooper why he thinks it’s important for people to cooperate with the select committee if they’re subpoenaed.
Plus, a crowd surge at the Astroworld Festival in Houston killed eight people and injured dozens more. Concertgoers were crushed and trampled as waves of people moved toward the stage while headliner Travis Scott performed. Authorities say the criminal investigation could take weeks. Houston Fire Chief Samuel Peña joins AC360 to explain how something like this could happen and says “actions weren’t taken quickly enough.”
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