It sure looks like Ivanka lied in her testimony to the January 6 committee

Uh oh! Ivanka Trump has some explaining to do.

Earlier this month, the House committee investigating January 6 began holding televised hearings to share the findings of its year-long investigation into Donald Trump‘s failed coup d’etat.

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Among the footage broadcast was testimony from the former first daughter in which she said she “accepted” then-Attorney General Bill Barr’s statement on December 1, 2020 that the DOJ didn’t find any evidence of fraud in the 2020 election, despite her father’s repeated claims to the contrary.

“I respect Attorney General Barr so I accepted what he was saying,” Ivanka said when she spoke virtually with the committee for nearly eight hours back in April of this year.

Well, turns out, that might’ve been a lie. Or maybe Ivanka just remembered wrong? Who knows? But according to The New York Times, she told documentary filmmaker Alex Holder a completely different thing on December 10, 2020, nine days after Barr made the assessment that supposedly led her to “accept” the election results.

“I think that, as the president has said, every single vote needs to be counted and needs to be heard, and he campaigned for the voiceless,” she told Holder, according to The Times.

“And I think a lot of Americans feel very, very disenfranchised right now, and really, question the sanctity of our elections, and that’s not right, it’s not acceptable.”

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Oh, but she didn’t stop there.

Ivanka went on to say that her dad would “continue to fight until every legal remedy is exhausted and that’s what he should do.”

“And he has to take on this fight. Look, you fight for what you love the most and he loves this country and he loves this country’s people, and he wants to make sure that their voice is, is heard and not muted.”

Holder interviewed several people in Trump’s orbit in the weeks following the election, including Ivanka, Jared, Don Jr., Eric Trump, and Mike Pence. His documentary was intended to be a “legacy project” for Trump. Instead, it has turned out to be invaluable evidence for the House committee.

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The committee subpoenaed Holder last week and he confirmed yesterday that he’s handed over all the footage requested. He is scheduled to testify under oath before the panel tomorrow.

Since being caught talking out of both sides of her mouth, and possibly committing perjury in the process, neither Ivanka nor her attorney have responded to requests for comment.

Twitter sure has a lot to say though…

Earlier this month, Mary Trump went on MSNBC to discuss Ivanka’s testimony to the January 6 committee, as well as Donald Trump’s response to it, when he accused her of being “checked out” after the election.

“I think Ivanka walked a very fine line,” Mary said. “She did not say anything necessarily incendiary but, as we thought would happen, she decided she needed to come down on the side of what the facts support.”

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“Donald didn’t entirely throw her under the bus,” she added, “but I just think it’s really important to point out that the fact that he said she ‘checked out’, although that’s kind of rude, isn’t really the issue. He’s accusing her of perjury.”

Mary went on to predict that the future of their relationship will depend on how much they can benefit from one another, saying everything between them “is entirely transactional.”

“Once one or both of them come to the conclusion that there’s nothing in it for them, then they will move on,” she predicted.