UPDATED 8:25 AM PT – Monday, February 14, 2022
Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.) says the January 6 Committee fully expects Rudy Giuliani to comply with their subpoena. In an interview on Sunday, the Republican lawmaker pointed out that Giuliani’s meeting with the panel, originally set for Tuesday, has been rescheduled.
Kinzinger said the commission has been speaking with Giuliani’s lawyers and they fully expect him cooperate. The former New York City mayor was subpoenaed by the panel on January 18 along with a handful of other attorneys.
“Regardless of when we hear from Rudy or how long that interview is, we’re getting a lot of information and we’re looking forward to wrapping this up at some,” he stated. “Showing it to the American people and not rushing it, not hurrying this. We want everybody to have the full story, that’s what’s important.”
We expect these individuals to join the nearly 400 witnesses who have spoken with the Select Committee as the committee works to get answers for the American people about the violent attack on our democracy.https://t.co/VKDrf4aRjQ
— January 6th Committee (@January6thCmte) January 18, 2022
Giuliani is reportedly considering invoking executive privilege or attorney-client privilege to avoid sharing sensitive information with the partisan panel.