Ivanka Trump will appear remotely before the Jan. 6 committee on Tuesday morning. The daughter and one-time adviser to former President Donald Trump will speak to the Democratic-led House panel about the events surrounding the Capitol insurrection, appearing less than a week after her husband Jared Kushner. His testimony was considered “helpful” to the committee.
Committee Chairman Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., issued a letter in January seeking Ivanka Trump’s voluntary cooperation, after the committee had uncovered new evidence about the her activities on the day of the siege, which included multiple attempts to get her father to intervene in the attack. She is the first Trump family member approached by the committee to voluntarily appear.
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Ivanka Trump is expected to answer questions from the Jan. 6 select committee today, a significant breakthrough for the panel.
Just last week, her husband, Jared Kushner, also answered questions from investigators. https://t.co/A3MLgV09u0
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