After her husband Kushner Ivanka Trump will testify in the case of storming Congress

After her husband Kushner Ivanka Trump will testify in the case of storming Congress American media reported that Ivanka Trump, the daughter of former US President Donald Trump, will testify on Tuesday before the committee investigating the storming of the US Capitol in January 2021.  Ivanka Trump, the daughter of the former US president, will testify on Tuesday before the committee investigating the storming of the US Congress in 2021, according to two US media outlets, while US lawmakers are stepping up their efforts to gather evidence from the Republican billionaire's closest circle.  The House Committee of Inquiry into the events of January 6 sought to persuade Ivanka Trump, the 40-year-old businesswoman and former adviser to her father, to voluntarily appear before it after the commission informed the former president's daughter of evidence that she sought to persuade her father to give directions to his supporters who stormed Congress, the need to renounce violence.  "Attestation before the committee indicates that on several occasions members of the White House staff have requested your assistance by trying to persuade President Trump to address the prevailing situation of lawlessness," said committee chair Penny Thompson in January.  The committee did not immediately confirm the veracity of information reported by NBC and Politico about Ivanka Trump's appearance.  On Thursday, Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump's husband, testified before the investigation committee, and he was the former president's closest adviser and the first member of his family to testify before the committee.  Jared spoke by video link after voluntarily agreeing to answer the committee's questions without receiving a summons.  About two thousand supporters of former US President Donald Trump, under the influence of his allegations of electoral fraud, were forced to storm Congress during the confirmation session for his rival Joe Biden's victory.  About 800 people were arrested for their involvement in the January 6 attack. Nearly 220 people have pleaded guilty to various charges.  The storming of the Capitol left at least five people dead, 140 police injured, and followed Trump's fiery speech to thousands of his supporters near the White House.

American media reported that Ivanka Trump, the daughter of former US President Donald Trump, will testify on Tuesday before the committee investigating the storming of the US Capitol in January 2021.

Ivanka Trump, the daughter of the former US president, will testify on Tuesday before the committee investigating the storming of the US Congress in 2021, according to two US media outlets, while US lawmakers are stepping up their efforts to gather evidence from the Republican billionaire's closest circle.

The House Committee of Inquiry into the events of January 6 sought to persuade Ivanka Trump, the 40-year-old businesswoman and former adviser to her father, to voluntarily appear before it after the commission informed the former president's daughter of evidence that she sought to persuade her father to give directions to his supporters who stormed Congress, the need to renounce violence.

"Attestation before the committee indicates that on several occasions members of the White House staff have requested your assistance by trying to persuade President Trump to address the prevailing situation of lawlessness," said committee chair Penny Thompson in January.

The committee did not immediately confirm the veracity of information reported by NBC and Politico about Ivanka Trump's appearance.

On Thursday, Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump's husband, testified before the investigation committee, and he was the former president's closest adviser and the first member of his family to testify before the committee.

Jared spoke by video link after voluntarily agreeing to answer the committee's questions without receiving a summons.

About two thousand supporters of former US President Donald Trump, under the influence of his allegations of electoral fraud, were forced to storm Congress during the confirmation session for his rival Joe Biden's victory.

About 800 people were arrested for their involvement in the January 6 attack. Nearly 220 people have pleaded guilty to various charges.

The storming of the Capitol left at least five people dead, 140 police injured, and followed Trump's fiery speech to thousands of his supporters near the White House.
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