WATCH: President Trump Would Be Thrilled to Testify Before the J6 Committee — But Only on One Condition

President Donald Trump has reportedly agreed to the partisan Jan. 6 Committee’s subpoena request for him to testify before Congress. Trump would accept the subpoena and be glad to testify,but only if he can do it on live television.

New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman broke the news to CNN’s Jake Tapper on Friday. Watch:

“He’s been talking to advisors about how you know, he would consider testifying if they would air it live, which is also not surprising,” Haberman said, “It seems hard to imagine the committee would go for that.”

“That’s, that’s interesting,” CNN’s Jake Tapper responded. “Do you think his lawyers would let him testify live? I mean, I can’t imagine that. I mean, it might feel good for him, but I can’t imagine that making him look sane, rational, reasonable. I mean, I don’t see any scenario in which he ends up looking good there.”

“I think that it would be, I also don’t see a scenario where he doesn’t potentially get himself into a fraud situation when he’s testifying under oath,” she claimed. “And I think it would depend on which lawyers he is listening to. Jake, he has different lawyers in different cases and he seeks them out for different things and they are not always on the same page.”

Thus, the New York Times reporter gives away that that Democrats’ intentions is to keep firm control over the January 6 political theater. According to the reports, Trump does not want the Democrats and their allies in the media to selectively edit his video testimony to put him in a bad light. Read more