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Court Upholds Bannon Conviction for Ignoring Subpoena

A court has decided to keep Steve Bannon’s conviction for not cooperating with Congress. Bannon, who worked with former President Donald Trump, ignored a request to testify about the January 6 Capitol riot. Even though Bannon said he was just following his lawyer’s advice, the judges didn’t agree and said that ignoring a congressional subpoena on purpose is enough for a contempt charge.

This ruling might mean Bannon will have to go to prison for four months. Another person who used to work for Trump, Peter Navarro, is already serving a prison sentence for the same kind of thing. Bannon is also facing more legal trouble related to raising money for a border wall project.

It is important for everyone to follow the rules, especially when it comes to helping investigations and respecting our government. Ignoring a request from Congress is a serious matter, and it is good that the court is making sure people like Bannon are held accountable for their actions. It is crucial for our democracy that everyone, no matter how powerful they are, obeys the law.

Written by Staff Reports

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