The man accused of attacking House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband with a hammer had a hit list of potential targets, including award-winning actor Tom Hanks, President Biden's son Hunter, and California Gov. Gavin Newsom.

David DePape is charged with breaking into Pelosi's San Francisco home on Oct. 28. Investigators say he intended to kidnap the Speaker, but she was out of town, and instead beat her 82-year-old husband, Paul Pelosi, with a hammer.

CBS News reports that San Francisco Police Lt. Carla Hurley, who interviewed DePape for an hour the day of the attack, testified that the defendant told her of other people he targeted.

Hurley did not say whether police had any evidence of a plot against them. San Francisco District Attorney Brooke Jenkins said after the hearing she couldn't comment further, reports CBS News.

DePape has pleaded not guilty to state and federal charges, including assault and attempted murder. He was also charged with one count of "attempted kidnapping of a U.S. official," the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Northern District of California announced last month.

Hurley testified that DePape said that there was "evil in Washington" and that he wanted to talk to Nancy Pelosi because "she is second in line to the presidency."

The Speaker of the House is next in the line of succession after the vice president.

DePape also said that Paul Pelosi was not initially a part of his plans, yet he still told the Speaker's husband, 'I can take you out, I can take you out," Hurley testified.

Paul Pelosi was knocked unconscious and suffered head, arm, and hand injuries. He has since undergone surgery to mend a skull fracture and recently made his first public appearance, wearing a hat and gloves to cover his wounds.