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The Jan. 6 committee wants to speak with Ivanka and things are about to get ugly

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Ivanka Trump received a letter this morning from the House select committee investigating January 6 and they’d like to have a few words with her.

Gulp.Related: Holy crap, Ivanka’s legal troubles just got way, way worseThe letter was publicly released hours ago and requests the former handbag designer/senior White House adviser cooperate with the committee’s ongoing investigation by coming in to answer a few questions.The Select Committee is requesting that Ivanka Trump provide information for the committee’s investigation.In a letter to Ms.

Trump seeking a voluntary interview, Chair @BennieGThompson underscored evidence that Trump was in direct contact with the former President on Jan 6th.— January 6th Committee (@January6thCmte) January 20, 2022The fact that Ivanka is being called upon is major signal that the panel closing in on Donald Trump‘s inner circle.CNN reports:A key investigative thread the panel wishes to discuss further with Ivanka Trump is her knowledge of her father’s efforts to try and stop the certification of the 2020 presidential election and the specific pressure campaign that he enacted on former Vice President Mike Pence to bend to his will.The panel said Ivanka was privy to a telephone conversation between her father and Pence on the morning of January 6 where her father tried to convince Pence to impede the certification of the 2020 presidential election, where she could only hear her father’s side of the conversation.It seems highly unlikely Ivanka will cooperate with the investigation, even if she’s subpoenaed, which would be the next committee’s next move if she doesn’t respond to the letter.Related: The Jan.

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