In the midst of the chaos of January 6, 2021, Sen. Susan Collins of Maine called her daughter, asking her to tell her father to take more aggressive action to stop the riots.
The testimony is part of a trove of transcripts released by the House select committee.
During her father's questioning, it was revealed that Collins had called Trump at 3:29pm on January 6th, moments after her father had released a message asking for everyone's help.
Trump said that she remembers the phone call.
According to the transcript, the conversation was a short one. She said that the president needed to stop what was happening and that we should all be doing everything that we can.
I think I told her that the president had just issued a second one. I'm pretty sure I sent it to her. I understood why she was calling and I agreed with her sentiment.
According to phone records cited by the January 6 committee, the call was 18 seconds long, but after it, Collins sent a message to the president's daughter, asking him to stop the violence.
During the riot,Ivanka Trump received a few calls. As the events unfolded, Sen. Lindsey Graham called her. Trump said she passed the phone to Herschmann.
Dozens of instances of her saying she is unable to remember what happened on January 6 are included in her testimony. She didn't recall her father condemning the Vice President's participation in certifying the election.
On the morning of January 6th, she recalled a heated phone call between her father and the vice president.
The executive summary of the report released Monday said that she was not "entirely frank or forthcoming" when she spoke to them.
She said she needed to understand that something was transpiring that should not be happening when she saw the riot on television.
The final report included details about how much Donald Trump raised in donations prior to the riot, worried text messages between secret service agents, and a voicemail gaffe from Rudy Giuliani.
The report said that she appeared upset after her father refused to listen to her pleas.