Cassidy Hutchinson has opened the Doors to the Involvement of the Trump Administration surrounding January 6th
Many revelations are exceeding expectations...
Cassidy Hutchinson was a rising start within the Trump administration after landing the job as a top aide to former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows. She was a staff assistant to then-President Donald Trump as well before becoming an executive assistant until the end of the Trump era.
The Committee is allowing Hutchinson to share her very close experiences with Meadows to receive gain further insights into both Medows’ and Trump’s efforts to overturn the election of 2020. Cassidy Hutchinson has previously testified to the committee for at least 20 hours detailing her time in key meetings at the White House.
During interviews done by the Committee, Cassidy Hutchinson gave very key details as to how GOP members of Congress asked for preemptive pardons after the January 6th Riots and she also was an eyewitness to many other events that led up to the fateful day of January 6th.
Meadows has been said to have been directly warned prior to the insurrection of possible violence at the Capitol and he, along with many other officials, refused to speak to the House Committee or to warn anybody on that day.
Prior to speaking with the Committee, Cassidy Hutchinson replaced her lawyer in preparation for the testimony. Previously, her legal representative was one of her close knits to Trump. Hutchinson has become increasingly aware of the safety risk speaking in front of the committee poses and has been on alert.