On Tuesday, Ivanka Trump, former President Donald J. Trump’s eldest daughter, who served as one of his senior advisers, testified remotely for about eight hours before the House committee investigating the January 6 attack on the Capitol.
"Her testimony came days after her husband, Jared Kushner, who was also a top adviser to Mr. Trump, sat for an interview and provided what one member of the panel described as 'valuable' and 'helpful' information," according to Luke Broadwater for The New York Times. "Ms. Trump and Mr. Kushner are among the highest-ranking Trump White House officials to testify before the committee."
Ivanka Trump Testifies to House Panel Investigating Jan. 6 Attack (Luke Broadwater - The New York Times)
Siobhan Hughes and Eliza Collins also report on Ivanka Trump's testimony for The Wall Street Journal writing, "The select committee is aiming to wrap up the investigative portion of its work before hearings that committee members expect to occur in May. It has conducted more than 830 interviews and depositions and received nearly 95,000 documents, according to a spokesman for the panel."
Ivanka Trump Testifies in House Probe of Jan. 6 Capitol Riot (Siobhan Hughes & Eliza Collins - The Wall Street Journal)
In another case involving the Trumps, "New York Attorney General Letitia James asked a judge Thursday to hold Donald Trump in contempt, claiming he is refusing to comply with an order to turn over documents in her probe of his company’s business dealings," according to the New York Post.
AG James asks judge to hold Trump in contempt for not turning over docs (Priscilla DeGregory - New York Post)