The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol announced an unexpected hearing for Tuesday afternoon. It said it would present “recently obtained evidence and receive witness testimony” but offered few details about the nature of the evidence or who will testify when the hearing was announced Monday.
An ex-White House aide, Cassidy Hutchinson, is expected to testify, according to the Associated Press. Hutchinson has previously provided testimony about House members who sought pardons from Trump.
Hearings for the month of June had been set to conclude last week, when the panel focused on former President Donald Trump’s attempts to pressure the Department of Justice to investigate unsubstantiated claims of election fraud.
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What time is the next Jan. 6 hearing?
The next hearing is on Tuesday at 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT.
Where to watch the next Jan. 6 hearing
How to listen to the next Jan. 6 hearing
C-SPAN radio will air the hearing.
Catch up on Jan. 6 committee hearings:
What happened on Day 3: Trump called Pence a 'wimp' as VP resisted 'pressure campaign' to overturn election
What happened on Day 4: State election officials tell Jan. 6 committee of pressure, threats from Trump and allies
Miss Day 5 of the Jan. 6 hearing?: Trump's plan to topple the Justice Department and more
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