- Steve Bannon, former aide to President Trump, is on trial on misdemeanor contempt of Congress charges for failing to comply with subpoenas from the Jan. 6 committee.
- During today’s testimony, a committee staffer undermined Bannon's defense that he was confused about subpoena directions and spoke about his lack of cooperation with the panel.
- Bannon has pleaded not guilty to the contempt charges. If found guilty, each charge carries a mandatory minimum of 30 days in jail.
- The committee said it wanted to obtain Bannon's documents and ask him questions because he had contact with Trump as the riot unfolded. This is the first of two similar House select committee subpoena cases to head to trial.
Our live coverage has ended. Scroll through the posts below to see how the second day of testimony in Bannon's trial played out.