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GOP Rep. Liz Cheney told ABC News boss Washington journalist Jonathan Karl that it's as yet a likelihood that the January 6 council,

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 will have previous President Donald Trump affirm, and guaranteed that his connections with the board would 'be sworn to tell the truth.'

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Cheney showed up on a see of Sunday's release of ABC's This Week, where she was gotten some information about Trump and previous Vice President Mike Pence being approached to affirm.

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Cheney, who fills in as bad habit seat of the Jan. 6 Select Committee researching the Capitol assault, said Pence has said he would consider affirming.

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Karl then, at that point, asked Cheney: 'What might be said about Trump?' and she showed that it stays a chance.

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'I would rather not make any declarations about that earlier today. In this way, let me simply leave it there,' she said.

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When squeezed further, Cheney said she would have rather not 'excel' of the panel, however guaranteed that any Trump associations would be sworn to tell the truth.

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'Indeed. At the end of the day, I don't - - once more, I would rather not get before board of trustees considerations about that,' Cheney told Karl.

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'I in all actuality do believe it's vital, as I said in the principal hearing or the subsequent hearing, you know, his connections with our panel will be sworn to tell the truth.'