The Jan. 6 committee is going after one of its most consequential targets yet: Ivanka Trump.
Chair Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.) told reporters Thursday the panel will soon ask the former president’s daughter to come before the committee.
“You will anticipate the committee inviting some people to come talk to us,” he said, adding, “not lawmakers right now — Ivanka Trump.”
Comments from Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) — the panel’s vice chair — earlier this month to ABC News could provide some clues on what they plan to ask. She said the committee had testimony about the daughter of Donald Trump.
“I think it’s also important for the American people to understand how dangerous Donald Trump was,” Cheney said, explaining that the committee knew that many people on Jan. 6, 2021 were “pleading with him to go on television, to tell people to stop.”
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