The committee subpoenaed the lawmakers along with House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and Reps. Mo Brooks and Jim Jordan last week.

The committee had asked Perry and Biggs to sit for depositions on Thursday, and they filed letters with the committee objecting to the subpoenas for their testimony, the source told CNN.

In a letter obtained by CNN on Wednesday, Jordan pushed back on his subpoena, questioning its constitutionality and making a list of demands he wants met by the committee before he considers moving forward.

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