Chairman Elijah Cummings, the Democrat of Maryland, told CNN that he planned to awaken Conway on Wednesday. Cummings warned that his panel would vote to keep Conway in contempt if she ignored the verdict.
White House Pat Cipollone wrote in a letter to Cummings that he cited a far-reaching precedent that allows members of the White House to decline invitations to testify before the congress.
"As you know, the White House staff's presidency has declined invitations to testify to congressional committees have consistently been followed by administrations of both political parties and are based on clearly established constitutional doctrines" Cipollone wrote.
In response, Cummings said he was planning to issue a conway testimony.
"We can't get people not to follow the law," Cummings says. "The president is not above the law. And neither is Conway over the law."
When asked if he would keep Conway in contempt, if she didn't appear, Cummings said, "Of course."
Earlier this month, the US Office of Special Counsel ̵
"Ms Conway's violations, if left unpunished, would send a message to all federal employees that they do not have to comply with the Hatch Act restrictions. Thus, her actions erode the basic principle of our democratic system – the rule of law," the letter says.
"No, I will not shoot her. I think she is an amazing person, "Trump Fox News" Fox and Friends "said after the letter was released.