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Tony Ornato met twice with the Commission on January 6th

(CNN)January 6, 2021 The House Selection Committeeinvestigatingis a former White House Chief of Staff. Meeting with Assistant Tony According to sources familiar with his testimony, the Ornart was held twice in January and March as part of the investigation.

Among the topics that Ornart discussed with the Commission was the whereabouts of Vice President Mike Pence during the attack on the US Capitol by then-President Donald Trump and whether Trump was made. Sources said they had knowledge of. More to encourage the mob to calm down and leave the building.

Ornato's answers to these questions have not been disclosed by the Commission. Details of some parts of the testimony were first reported by Politico.

Attention to Ornart after former Trump White House aideCassidy Hutchinsontestified at a hearing earlier this week that Trump had told her about Trump's outbursts of anger.was angry with a member of his protection details when he demanded that he be taken to the Capitol on January 6

talked on condition of anonymity. A secret service official told CNN that Ornart had denied speaking to Hutchinson that the former president grabbed the handle of his presidential SUV or agent of his details.

Officials will allow Secret Services to testify to the Commission again under oath, both Ornart and Bobby Engel, who were agents in the car with Trump at the time of the incident. He said he had notified that it would be.

A spokesperson for the Special Committee declined to comment on the interview with Ornato's panel.

Members of the Commission have expressed dissatisfaction with aspects of Ornart's previous testimony, with some suggesting that he is unreliable.

Commission Democrat Stephanie Murphy told NBC that Ornart had evaded the Commission on the case in question.

"Ornato, as Mr. Hutchinson said, had no clear memory of this time," she said.

Illinois Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger, who is also a member of the panel, pointed out other former White House officials who alleged that Ornart lied about his interaction.

"There seems to be a major thread here ... Tony Ornato likes to lie," Kinzingerwrote on Twitter.