Ex White House aide testifies at Capitol riot hearing

28/06/2022 21:03:00

Cassidy Hutchinson, an executive assistant to then President Trump's chief of staff Mark Meadows, was a central figure in the White House around the period of the insurrection last year.

Cassidy Hutchinson, an executive assistant to then President Trump's chief of staff Mark Meadows, was a central figure in the White House around the period of the insurrection last year.

A former top White House aide with unique access to Donald Trump is testifying publicly today before the US committee probing the 6 January, 2021 attack on the Washington DC Capitol building.

In video testimony to the House of Representatives committee last week, Ms Hutchinson said Republican allies of Mr Trump had sought White House pardons after supporting his attempts to overturn his 2020 election defeat.Testimony at the committee's five prior hearings has shown how the Republican former President riled thousands of supporters with false claims that he lost the 2020 election to Democrat Joe Biden because of massive voter fraud.

The committee had said last week it would only reconvene publicly in July but announced a change of plans yesterday, a mere 24 hours before the start of today's hearing.Donald Trump, who is publicly flirting with another White House run in 2024, denies wrongdoing and accuses the committee of engaging in a political witch hunt.

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In video testimony to the House of Representatives committee last week, Ms Hutchinson said Republican allies of Mr Trump had sought White House pardons after supporting his attempts to overturn his 2020 election defeat. Testimony at the committee's five prior hearings has shown how the Republican former President riled thousands of supporters with false claims that he lost the 2020 election to Democrat Joe Biden because of massive voter fraud. "We're closely monitoring the absolutely horrific and heartbreaking reports out of San Antonio, Texas," Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters aboard Air Force One en route to the NATO summit in Madrid. The committee had said last week it would only reconvene publicly in July but announced a change of plans yesterday, a mere 24 hours before the start of today's hearing.ie's House Price Report for the second quarter of 2022. Donald Trump, who is publicly flirting with another White House run in 2024, denies wrongdoing and accuses the committee of engaging in a political witch hunt. Sixteen other people found inside the trailer were transported to hospitals for heat stroke and exhaustion, including four minors, but no children were among the dead, the department said. He has levelled harsh criticism particularly at Representative Liz Cheney, one of just two Republicans on the nine-member committee. "The cracks are pretty much everywhere.

A Reuters/Ipsos poll early this month suggested that about two-thirds of US Republicans believed Mr Trump's false election fraud claims. "It was a refrigerated tractor-trailer but there was no visible working AC unit on that rig. The average listed price nationwide was €311,874 – 9. The committee, sometime next month, is expected to hold one or two hearings on possible coordination of the 6 January attack by right-wing extremist groups. During the assault on the Capitol, thousands of Donald Trump supporters smashed windows, fought with police and sent lawmakers, including vice president, Mike Pence, fleeing for their lives.4C yesterday, with high humidity. Four people died the day of the attack, one fatally shot by police and the others of natural causes. Advertisement This increase means that there are now slightly more homes available to buy in Ireland than a year ago, the first time since mid-2019 that this has been the case. More than 100 police officers were injured, and one died the next day. The worker found the trailer doors partially opened and looked inside and found a number of dead bodies. It's our home.

Four officers later died by suicide .