Accounts of Trump angrily demanding to go to the Capitol on January 6 circulated in Secret Service over past year

7/1/2022 10:30:00 PM

Then-President Donald Trump angrily demanded to go to the US Capitol on January 6, 2021, and berated his protective detail when he didn't get his way, according to two Secret Service sources who say they heard about the incident from multiple agents

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Then-President Donald Trump angrily demanded to go to the US Capitol on January 6, 2021, and berated his protective detail when he didn't get his way, according to two Secret Service sources who say they heard about the incident from multiple agents

Then-President Donald Trump angrily demanded to go to the US Capitol on January 6, 2021, and berated his protective detail when he didn't get his way, according to two Secret Service sources who say they heard about the incident from multiple agents, including the driver of the presidential SUV where it occurred.

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More lies by CNN and the democrats hsha Which proves Cassidy lied and should be charged contempt of court ? Hear say is not admissible in a court of law. When will they find out why Nancy P turned down more law enf & security & why there were so many FBI agents present that day? Pelosi planned this outcome.

Biden stich up But the agents said this was not true. Polygraph Ornato ASAP! DHSgov SecretService January6thCmte The more I look at this picture the more I see Donald Duck Who would have thought that a diaper-wearing semi-literate rat grundle would throw things and cry like a huge manbaby toddler when he didn't get his way?

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About Half Say Trump Should Be Charged for Role in Capitol Attack: PollThe poll was taken before Tuesday’s surprise hearing featuring former Trump White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson. Half of who? They/Them? And the other half say Trump should not be charged. So there's that. How about hunter computer

Enough! We DONT CARE if TRUMP WAS ANGRY! We CARE that he tried to steal power by overthrowing our democracy via a violent coup on our Capitol. He knowingly planned and sent armed far right extremist groups in hopes of overturning an election! Write about what really matters!!! Meanwhile...back in reality...

So you're reporting hear say? That's some great reporting. More like secret service guys would go against their NDA agreements and then giving information gotten from someone that heard from someone.. Yawn Hearsay Liars, Liars. CNN IS obsolete. It's a clown show, can be dismantled or used as Horror Show. It's an italian Lemon disaster.

Americans split over whether Trump should be charged in Jan. 6 Capitol riot: pollViews on the former president's criminal liability break down along party lines, with 86% of Democrats but only 10% of Republicans saying Donald Trump should be charged with a crime. . GOP Then: LOCK HER UP! GOP Now: Don't Lock Us UP! Typical fascists. . Imagine if the J6 events took place in 2017 and it was Hillary refusing to concede, spreading the Big Lie, filing lawsuits, plotting to block the certification of the election and inciting a violent crowd. The GOP has programmed their base to ignore all of their own treachery.

Poll: About half of Americans say Trump should be charged for Jan. 6 Capitol attackA new poll shows that about half of Americans say former President Donald Trump should be charged with a crime for his role in what happened on Jan. 6. It’s pretty simple. Had Trump called Biden to concede and initiate a peaceful transition of power, January 6th never happens and people don’t die. There needs to be accountability. Poll is interesting. Seems to me Trump is either a criminal or not. Why that breaks down by party tells you a lot about our country and beliefs system. I wonder if that means if he were democrat only 20% of democrats think he should be charged. Lock him up! Lock him up! A unpopular opinion from a very unpopular publication. keep peddling BS it's obviously working for you considering you can only get a maximum of 35 likes a post. lol smh.

U.S. Capitol riot panel subpoenas former Trump counsel Pat CipolloneThe House of Representatives panel probing the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol said on Wednesday it had subpoenaed Pat Cipollone, who was White House counsel for then-President Donald Trump.

Nearly half of voters say Trump should be charged for riot at U.S. Capitol: PollAlmost half of American voters feel that former President Donald Trump should be criminally charged for the riot at the U.S. Capitol, according to a new survey. You charge what you can prove, not what some poll says Where is the Evidence? 💩💩💩 WRONG!

Trump-Endorsed Harriet Hageman: Liz Cheney 'Obsessed' with January 6, Ignoring WyomingWyoming Republican primary candidate Harriet Hageman on Thursday night’s debate stage slammed opponent Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) for being “obsessed” with the partisan January 6 Committee while failing to address relevant issues to Wyoming. RepLizCheney you’re in trouble and enjoy your last few weeks in Congress. DonaldJTrumpJr FoxNews seanhannity TuckerCarlson BretBaier VicCaserta

(CNN) The sources tell CNN that stories circulated about the incident -- including details that are similar to how former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson described it to the House select committee investigating January 6 -- in the months immediately afterward the US Capitol attack and before she testified this week.Jan.aide Cassidy Hutchinson ..

While the details from those who heard the accounts differ, the Secret Service sources say they were told an angry confrontation did occur. And their accounts align with significant parts of Hutchinson's testimony, which has been attacked as hearsay by Trump and his allies who also have tried to discredit her overall testimony." And he's not alone.Like Hutchinson, one source, a longtime Secret Service employee, told CNN that the agents relaying the story described Trump as"demanding" and that the former President said something similar to:"I'm the f**king President of the United States, you can't tell me what to do. Among Republicans, 68% say he should not be charged and 21% say they don’t know." The source said he originally heard that kind of language was used shortly after the incident. 6. "He had sort of lunged forward -- it was unclear from the conversations I had that he actually made physical contact, but he might have.

I don't know," the source said. An additional 21% say GOP lawmakers had some responsibility and 30% say they were not responsible. 6."Nobody said Trump assaulted him; they said he tried to lunge over the seat -- for what reason, nobody had any idea."Read MoreThe employee said he'd heard about the incident multiple times as far back as February 2021 from other agents, including some who were part of the presidential protective detail during that time period but none of whom were involved in the incident. Ulysses Bryant, a Democrat from Florida, said while he always believed Trump and the rioters should be charged with a crime, he hadn’t known of the involvement of congressional Republicans until he began to follow the hearings.The source added that agents often recounted stories of Trump's fits of anger, including the former President throwing and breaking things. The change in the share saying Republicans in Congress have a large amount of responsibility was driven mostly by Democrats and independents. "Not just plates," the source added, a reference to how Hutchinson testified this week that she saw ketchup on the wall and a porcelain plate shattered on the floor of the White House dining room after Trump had thrown his lunch at the wall upon hearing about then-Attorney General William Barr telling a media outlet there was no widespread fraud in the 2020 election. A smaller but still sizeable share -- 42% -- say they watched or listened.

The other Secret Service source, who spoke to the driver and another agent who wasn't there, said he heard about Trump verbally lashing out at his detail but not about any physical altercation. Neither source told CNN they had heard about Trump trying to grab at the steering wheel. The public hearing phase of their investigation is meant to put all of that investigative work on display to the American public in an effort to create a historical record of what occurred. More: Ex-White House aide: Rep.Three of the people present for the encounter in the presidential SUV, a modified armored version of a Chevrolet Suburban were Trump, detail leader Robert"Bobby" Engel, and the driver whose identify is not publicly known at this time.Tony Ornato met with January 6 committee twiceHutchinson herself didn't see the incident firsthand. 6 committee unveiled criminal activity by former President Trump and members of his inner circle, says Lisa Graves, former Deputy Assistant Attorney General during the Clinton Administration. She testified at the select committee hearing on Tuesday that she was told about it by then-White House deputy chief of staff Tony Ornato. 6 attack on the U.

She said Ornato told her the story in front of Engel. More Democrats than Republicans also say they tuned in, 58% to 27%.She testified that Ornato told her that Engel repeatedly informed Trump on their way back to the White House after Trump's Ellipse speech that it wasn't safe to go to the Capitol.According to Hutchinson, Ornato recounted Trump screaming,"I'm the f**king President. Kathlyn Keller, a retired investment banker from San Francisco, is one of the GOP voters who has tuned into the hearings and still believes Trump holds no responsibility for the events of that day. (Photo by Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images) AP The nine-member panel , comprising seven Democrats and two Republicans, has worked for the past year to investigate the chaos at the Capitol. Take me up to the Capitol now." Trump then"reached up toward the front of the vehicle to grab at the steering wheel," Hutchinson recalled Ornato saying. Trump “absolutely shouldn’t be charged with anything,” she told AP.

She added that, according to Ornato, Trump used his other hand to"lunge" at Engel. Disclaimer.Hutchinson also testified that Trump and her boss, the then-President's chief of staff Mark Meadows, were aware of the possibility of violence on January 6, 2021, and that Trump supporters had weapons when they gathered on the Ellipse that day. Regardless of public opinion about Trump's likely criminal involvement, lawmakers continue to face a stark reality: While they can investigate Jan.Engel and Ornato have both testified to the committee behind closed doors, but their statements were not used in the hearing Tuesday.Neither Engel nor Ornato have commented publicly on Hutchinson's testimony. But there are clear signs in recent weeks that the Justice Department appears to be escalating its probe of pro-Trump efforts to overturn the 2020 election.A separate Secret Service official previously told CNN that Engel denied that Trump grabbed at the steering wheel or lunged toward an agent on his detail, and that Ornato denied telling Hutchinson the same.

The official did not dispute that Trump directed his agents to take him to the Capitol. Last week, authorities searched the Virginia home of Jeffrey Clark, who was known at the Justice Department to champion Trump’s false claims of election fraud.Ornato has a close relationship with Trump and his team, having previously served as head of his protective detail and then being granted an unusual leave from his Secret Service duties to be detailed to the White House as deputy chief of staff for operations.Hutchinson's account of the alleged incident was among the most shocking portions of Tuesday's hearing -- adding to an already damning portrait of how Trump was desperate to get to the Capitol at the time. And Republicans in two other states — Michigan and Pennsylvania — disclosed they had been interviewed by the FBI.Democratic Rep. Zoe Lofgren of California, a member of the committee, said that the agents can come to the panel and dispute the claims under oath.S.

"No one is denying that the President wanted to go to the Capitol where this armed mob was attacking the Congress and trying to overturn the election," Lofgren said in an interview on CNN's AC360 on Wednesday night."That is the main point shocking as the story about the limousine lurch was. The margin of sampling error for all respondents is plus or minus 4 percentage points. The real legal import was that he wanted to go up there and nobody is disputing that."Rep. Copyright AP - Associated Press. Stephanie Murphy of Florida, another Democratic member of the committee, said on NBC's"Meet the Press NOW" that"Mr.

Ornato did not have as clear of memories from this period of time as I would say Ms. Hutchinson did.""But we are always happy folks who have recalled things to come back and talk to us," she added.CNN's Josh Campbell contributed to this report. .