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January 6th Committee Subpoena Trump White House advises Pat Siporon after being quoted in a hearing

Zoë Richards is an evening political reporter for NBC News.

Haley Talbot is an Associate Producer at the NBC News Washington Bureau.

Rebecca Shabad and Kristen Welker contributed.

The House Committee investigating the turmoil in the Capitol is Cipollone'sDonald Trumpplan for January 6, 2021.

"The selection committee's investigation reveals evidence that Cipollone repeatedly raised legal and other concerns about President Trump's activities on and the day before. "The committee chairman, D-Miss, Benny Thompson, and his vice-chairman, R-Wyo, Liz Chaney, said in a statement.

Two lawmakers mentioned Cipollone's "previous informal involvement" "in our investigation" in April, but the Commission said "on record" from him. Insisted that I needed to hear. The need for his testimony. "

NBC News has contacted Cipollone for comment.

A lawyer familiar with Cipollone's deliberations told NBC News that a subpoena was needed to review the transcribed testimony at the Commission, and Cipollone saidNew York Times.

Thompson said in aletterto Cipollone that the Commission had obtained evidence that he was "in his own position to testify."

"But unfortunately, you refused to cooperate further with us, including providing record testimony," Thompson wrote. ..

Subpoena is her to testify to Siporon after Chainyformer White House aide Cassidy Hutchinsongives a terrible testimony of the number of her colleagues. It was announced a few hours after strengthening the call.

Hutchinson said he was seriously concerned about the possibility of interfering with the number of votes on January 6th, "looks like instigating or facilitating the riot."

In a video testimony at a hearing on Tuesday, Hutchinson said, "Something more," after hearing reports of a Protrump mob chanting "Hang Mike Pence" at the Capitol. I need to do it. "I remember hearing Siporon repeatedly. ..

Hutchinson also explained the conflict between Siporon and Mark Meadows, the chief staff of the White House, on the afternoon of January 6th. And blood will be in your effective hands.