According to reports, Kellyanne Conway met with the January 6 insurrection House Committee investigators on Monday (November 28).
The reports surfaced after Conway was seen entering the building where the Committee carries out its interviews and depositions.
Exiting the O’Neill House Office Building during a break, Conway told reporters that she was there “voluntarily” as outlets queried whether she had been subpoenaed.
By the time the January 6 insurrection occurred, Conway wasn’t part of Trump’s administration.
But, her testimony may be significant as reporting from The Washington Post reveals Conway called an aide to then-President Donald Trump to get him to stop his supporters from storming the Capitol.
The report also reveals Conway had received a call from the Washington, D.C. mayor’s office as they sought assistance to secure the presence of the National Guard.
Conway’s presence at the January 6 investigation comes as the Committee races to complete its investigation and subsequent recommendations before Congress sunsets at the end of December.
Conway has long been a staunch supporter of Trump but acknowledged that Trump had lost the 2020 election in her recently released memoir.
In her book titled “Here’s the Deal,” Conway explained that although Trump had raised lots of money, he hadn’t won because “his team simply failed to get the job done.”
She added that when Trump lost his 2020 reelection bid, his team “lent full-throated encouragement” to the former President’s false claims he’d won, writing that they did that privately and not publicly because they refused to accept responsibility for their actions.