Former Lawyer Normal William Barr, who served in Donald Trump’s administration, could testify earlier than the Home committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riot.

Barr “tentatively agreed to provide sworn testimony behind closed doorways,” according to sources cited by CNN. Axios reported the Jan. 6 committee continues to be undecided whether or not to ask Barr to the panel’s public hearings slated for June.

“To be sincere with you, we’ve had conversations with the previous lawyer normal already,” Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.) advised CBS’ “Face the Nation,” in January, when requested about stories on a Trump draft government order authorizing the Pentagon to grab voting machines from key battleground states.

Following Joe Biden’s victory within the 2020 presidential election, Barr told The Associated Press there was no proof to assist claims of widespread fraud.

“So far, we’ve got not seen fraud on a scale that would have effected a distinct end result within the election,” Barr stated.

Barr has been doing the media rounds in current months selling his tell-all e book, “One Rattling Factor After One other: Memoirs of an Lawyer Normal.”

“I do suppose he was accountable within the broad sense of that phrase in that it seems that a part of the plan was to ship this group as much as the Hill,” Barr advised NBC’s Lester Holt. “I believe that the entire concept was to intimidate Congress, and I believe that was unsuitable.”