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Ivanka testified before the Jan. 6 committee yesterday and it sure sounds like some tea was spilled

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Ivanka Trump appeared virtually before the January 6 committee yesterday and, based on what has been reported, it sounds like some tea might have been spilled.The former first daughter answered questions for eight hours and didn’t assert any privileges or invoke the Fifth Amendment, setting her apart from other ex-Trump officials who have done everything they can to avoid testifying before the committee.

That said, she could’ve been lying through her teeth the entire time. But eight hours is significant.Related: It sure looks like Ivanka is about to flip on her father in surprise meeting with Jan.

6 committeeShe also appeared before the panel without a subpoena, which committee chair Rep. Bennie Thompson said “has obviously significant value.” We should note, however, that she did delay the interview for several months.

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