The New York Times reports:
Ivanka Trump, former President Donald J. Trump’s eldest daughter who served as one of his senior advisers, is in talks with the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol about the possibility of cooperating with the panel, according to two people familiar with the discussions.
It was not immediately clear whether the negotiations, which aides described as preliminary, would result in Ms. Trump providing substantive information to the panel or whether they were simply a stalling tactic, as some committee aides fear.
But it was the latest example of the panel trying to reach into the former president’s inner circle to ascertain what he was doing and saying as rioters stormed the Capitol in his name.
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“Those close to Ms. Trump said she was hoping to avoid a subpoena and had no intention of going down the road taken by her father’s ally Stephen K. Bannon, who refused to cooperate with the committee and then was indicted on contempt of Congress charges.” https://t.co/3k9yhouWuD
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