Maryland Rep. Jamie Ruskin said on CBS’s “Face the Nation,” “We’re like Cinderella in the middle of the night, so definitely by the end of the year.” “Our license expires at the end of the year, but under House Resolution 503, reporting to the American public on how to prevent coups, riots, political violence, and future attacks on the democratic process is It’s an important part of our responsibility.”
Most members of the selection committee feel that at hearings earlier this year Trump clearly explained that he had committed a crime for his role by Jan. 6. I believe it is up to the Department of Justice to pursue further.
“I think[Thomas]needs a proper testimony and should come forward and testify. I don’t want to overstate her role,” he said. “We’ve spoken to over 1,000 people and I would love to hear from Gingrich and I would love to hear from her.”
The committee would like to know more about communications Gingrich had with senior advisers at the Trump White House about television ads that relied on false claims about the election.
“I think he has a lot of relevant evidence, and I hope he will come forward and testify about what happened,” Ruskin said. I am trying to get Mo to come forward voluntarily…I think he will come forward and testify voluntarily.”
CNN’s Annie Grayer, Zachary Cohen, Sara Murray, and Athena Jones contributed to this report.