Donald Trump’s son, Donald Trump Jr., has agreed to appear soon before the Commission of Inquiry on January 6, 2021, storming the Capitol in Washington. Ivanka Trump has already done so. That reports The New York Times.
Donald Trump Jr. is the eldest son of ex-President Donald Trump. A newspaper source said that he appears completely voluntarily and without the threat of being subpoenaed before the Commission of Inquiry. However, it is not clear when he will testify.
Other Trump family members have also appeared before the Commission of Inquiry in recent days. Ivanka Trump, among others, did that: her testimony would have lasted eight hours. What she said was not communicated. Her husband, Jared Kushner, also testified there.
On January 6, 2021, supporters of President Trump stormed the Capitol in Washington. The committee is now investigating what role Trump played in this with his speech a few hours earlier. Unfortunately, the ex-president himself is refusing any cooperation for the time being.