Cheney says Jan. 6 probe probably her "most important" work ever
Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) on Tuesday called her House Jan. 6 select committee work "probably the most important thing I've ever done professionally" and said the panel would "shortly" subpoena former President Trump.
What she's saying: "I'm very proud of the work that we've done and of my fellow members of that committee," said the panel's vice chair at a Harvard University event, calling their work investigating the U.S. Capitol riot "absolutely crucial for the functioning of our democracy going forward."
State of play: The Jan. 6 panel last week unanimously voted to issue a subpoena for Trump to testify under oath about the insurrection.
- Trump, a central figure in the investigation, has declined to say whether he'll testify and has repeatedly criticized the panel over its investigation.
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