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Mike Pompeo met with Jan. 6 committee on Tuesday, sources say

(CNN)Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced Tuesday that the January 6 Commissionand A source familiar with the matter told CNN. The source added that the deposition takes place virtually.

CNN previously reported on negotiations with the Commission regarding Pompeo's testimony. The Committee noted increased interest in conversations among members of former President Donald Trump's Cabinet, particularly regarding the invocation of the 25th Amendment after 6 January. and the committee's focus in Pompeo's interview was the 25th Amendment, according to sources.

Part of the 25th Amendment to Presidential Succession requires the vice president and a majority of the cabinet to vote to remove the president on the grounds that he is "unable to discharge the powers and duties of the office." I admit to doing

Pompeo, who served as CIA director during Trump's first year as president and headed the State Department for the last three years, has been a strong ally and advocate of Trump.

The committee declined to comment.The New York Times first reported that Mr. Pompeo was expected to appear on Tuesday.
25th Amendment As the debate surrounding the Roughly before Tuesday's panel.

Mastriano, a key figure in Trump's effort to overturn the 2020 election, will arrive at a Gettysburg hotel in the weeks after the 2020 election. led a phony legislative “hearing” in which Trump and his then-attorney Rudy Giuliani made false allegations about election fraud. He also chartered a bus to bring Trump supporters to Washington on Jan. 6 and was briefly in charge of a partisan "audit" of the Pennsylvania Senate for the 2020 election. } Several Trump Cabinet officials have already met with the committee, including Acting Secretary of Defense Chris Miller, Acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen, and Secretary of Labor Eugene Scalia. . Attorney General William Barr also met with the commission, but he had left the administration before the Jan. 6 riots.

This story has been updated with additional background information.