Two of Donald Trump’s children along with their father have been subpoenaed in a civil probe by New York Attorney General Letitia James.
"Maybe don't do it via group chat?" the "Late Night" host suggested.
The senior policy adviser behind many of Trump's policy decisions had resisted previous efforts by the House committee investigating the insurrection.
The first daughter’s decision to cooperate is significant for the committee, which has been trying to secure an interview with her since late January.
Jared Kushner sat down & spoke with the House select committee investigating the Capitol riot for more than six hours.
The House panel had asked former President Donald Trump's daughter and adviser to voluntarily provide information on the Capitol attack.
“The mob takes the Fifth,” Trump once told a campaign crowd in Iowa when running for president.
A New York judge said the former president and two of his children, Ivanka and Donald Trump Jr., could not avoid their subpoenas.
Her proximity to then-President Trump on Jan. 6 could provide the committee with direct access to what he was doing during those crucial three hours when his supporters violently stormed Capitol.
“We will not be deterred by frivolous lawsuits," Letitia James said.