On Friday, the House select committee investigating the insurrection of January 6, 2021, finished its closed-door interview with Trump White House counsel Pat Cipollone. 

The committee was expected to ask Cipollone about his observations of the final days of the Trump administration when the former President and his allies attempted to overturn the election. 

Pat Cipollone Concludes Closed-Door Meeting 

The interview was filmed and may be played at future hearings, such as the one scheduled for this Tuesday 

On Friday, Cipollone attended close to eight hours of meetings with the committee. 

When entering and leaving the room, he did not address reporters. 

Throughout the course of the day, Cipollone took a total of seventy minutes worth of breaks from the interview to meet with his counsel in a separate conference room.  

Before, in April, he had a more casual meeting with the committee.