As the House select committee continues its investigation into the riots in Charlottesville, Ivanka Trump has been asked to testify about the events on January 6. The investigations of the former President’s inner circle are getting tighter, as the House Oversight Committee released a letter to the first daughter, requesting voluntary cooperation. The letter contains explosive new details about the ex-president and his family.
A U.S. House committee is investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection in the Capitol. The committee has asked Ivanka Trump to testify, a senior White House adviser. Ivanka was in close contact with her father during the storm. In the telephone conversation between Ivanka and Pence, Trump claimed that Pence had chosen the wrong running mate.
A lawmaker from the Freedom Caucus warns that the former president may try to influence the investigation by allowing Ivanka to testify. He cites statements made by Ivanka to suggest this could be an illegitimate attempt to undermine the President. As of right now, she has yet to make a public statement. But her testimony could be pivotal in the investigation. The lawmaker cites comments that she made to reporters.
The former president’s daughter’s testimony could lead to the end of the president’s presidency. Despite the recent revelations, the House Freedom Caucus has warned that the Trump administration is trying to hide evidence from the public. But the House Intelligence Committee is trying to find a way to get that evidence. But she has not bowed down.
A Congressional inquiry has begun to narrow down the questions it has asked about the president’s actions on Jan. 6. The president had been urging his supporters to fight, but his remarks were deemed to be inappropriate. In the meantime, the House has been convening the House Oversight Committee to certify the results of the 2020 election. The committee wants Ivanka to testify about her father’s efforts to quell the riots. During this investigation, the vice president contacted his daughter and urged her to intervene in the situation.
The House Oversight Committee is still trying to get the full story of the riots in Atlanta. The president has denied any improper involvement and said he did not order the rioters to leave the Capitol. However, he did tell the reporters that the video did not show the rioters’ faces. He has also said that Ivanka lied in the phone call.