Next Tuesday, the House committee that is investigating the Capitol insurrection holds a public hearing to hear evidence about the Jan. 6, 2021 attack.
The hearing will take place on July 12, at 10 a.m. ET according to the advisory sent Tuesday by the committee.
To allow the panel more time for preparation and to continue to receive more information, the committee has postponed one of its hearings.
The witness list has not been publicly announced by the committee for the July 12 hearing.
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), a member of the panel, has previously shown the committee's plans during an appearance on NBC's “Meet the Press."
Schiff stated last week that "the next couple of hearings will be covered the run-up of Jan. 6, marshaling of that mob that appeared at the mall that day, and the attack on Capitol," ahead of the June 28 hearing.
Six hearings were held by the committee last month to examine allegations that former President Donald Trump used pressure tactics against various federal, state and local officials, including Mike Pence (then-Vice President) and Justice Department leaders.
Cassidy Hutchinson was a former White House chief aide Mark Meadows. She gave a bombshell testimony on Trump's attempts to join a mob at the Capitol following his speech at Ellipse on January 6.