Elijah E. Cummings, Chairman of the House Oversight and Reform Committee and Adam Schiff, Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, issued a statement in response to a request from Michael Cohen to postpone his testimony before Congress scheduled for February 7.
Cohen cited concerns about the safety and security of his family in light of recent statements made by Trump and Giuliani.
Cummings and Schiff said:
“not appearing before Congress was never an option. We will not let the President’s tactics prevent Congress from fulfilling our constitutionally mandated oversight responsibilities. This will not stop us from getting to the truth. We expect Mr. Cohen to appear before both Committees, and we remain engaged with his counsel about his upcoming appearances.”
Here's the full statement. It’s posted at the House Oversight and Reform Committee website.