The House select committee investigating the January 6 insurrection is asking Sean Hannity, the Fox News host and close confidant to Donald Trump, to voluntarily cooperate with its investigation. In a letter, the committee said it believed Hannity had “advance knowledge regarding President Trump’s and his legal team’s planning for Jan. 6.” On Tuesday, the committee released a number of text messages sent by Hannity to White House officials before and after the insurrection. On January 5, Hannity wrote to White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, saying he was “very worried about the next 48 hours.” Shortly after the news broke about Sean Hannity’s text messages, Donald Trump canceled a news conference he had scheduled for Thursday on the first anniversary of the insurrection. The January 6 committee has also indicated it hopes to speak with former Vice President Mike Pence as part of its investigation. Meanwhile, Trump is facing two new federal lawsuits for his role in encouraging the deadly insurrection. One suit was filed by a U.S. Capitol Police officer, the other by two members of the D.C. Metropolitan Police.