Jan. 6 committee setting its sights on Pence, suggesting a subpoena
WASHINGTON (AP) – Members of the House committee investigating the Capitol riot say they may subpoena former Vice President Mike Pence.
And they are waiting to hear from Virginia “Ginni” Thomas, the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, about her role in the illegal plot to overturn the 2020 election.
In interviews on the Sunday news shows, committee members pledged to provide pertinent material to the Justice Department by the end of the month for its criminal investigation.
Rep. Adam Schiff says the committee is "not taking anything off the table in terms of witnesses who have not yet testified.” He describes a Pence subpoena as “certainly a possibility.”