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In its fourth public hearing Tuesday, a House select committee is focusing on former President Trump’s efforts to pressure local and state officials in an attempt to overturn the election results. The panel will hear in-person testimony from two aides to the former president, as well as documents detailing the scheme. CBS News Congressional Correspondent Scott MacFarlane joins the show from Capitol Hill to walk viewers through what is expected to be another contentious day for the committee.

The Republican-controlled committee is investigating the alleged Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol and its aftermath. The panel’s first transcribed interview with Hutchinson, who was representing herself, showed her adjusting her original testimony to be more dramatic and to omit some details. She later clarified her earlier testimony, but the committee did not change its report based on her corrections.

Republicans on the committee criticize Hutchinson for not testifying in her original interviews about how she was instructed to tell the public that Trump lunged at the steering wheel of the limousine that carried him back to his hotel after the Jan. 6 assault. They also call out the committee for rushing her into Hollywood-style hearings before correcting her initial testimony and allowing her to hire new lawyers who might have been able to help her.

The committee is set to hold three more hearings this week, with the next one scheduled for Friday. The chair, Rep. Mike Gallagher, R-Wis., has promised to shepherd a number of bills through the process and issue a report on long-term U.S. policy toward China, and the panel is getting a lot of attention because of its sensitivity to anti-Asian sentiment in the United States. Gallagher has vowed to make sure the committee’s focus remains on the Chinese Communist Party and not the people of China, and has said his goal is not to provoke more violence against Asian Americans. But some Democrats have raised concerns that the committee could stir more anti-Asian hate crimes, and that it is a veiled effort to distract from the Obama administration’s weakening ties with Beijing.