Jan. 6 hearing features key witness from Trump White House

6/28/2022 8:00:00 PM

WATCH LIVE: The House panel investigating the Capitol insurrection will hear testimony Tuesday from a top aide in Donald Trump’s White House.

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WATCH LIVE: The House panel investigating the Capitol insurrection will hear testimony Tuesday from a top aide in Donald Trump ’s White House.

Cassidy Hutchinson, a aide in Donald Trump ’s White House, is making a surprise appearance Tuesday before the House committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021 insurrection — an effort by the panel to provide new details about Trump’s inner circle as he fought to overturn his election defeat.

WASHINGTON– Cassidy Hutchinson, a aide in Donald Trump’s White House, is making a surprise appearance Tuesday before the House committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection — an effort by the panel to provide new details about Trump's inner circle as he fought to overturn his election defeat.

The 25-year-old, who was a special assistant and aide to former Trumpchief of staff Mark Meadows, has already provided a trove of information to congressional investigators and has sat for multiple interviews behind closed doors. But the committee called the hearing this week to hear her public testimony, raising expectations for new revelations in the nearly yearlong investigation.

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You really need to refine your definition of top aide? Basically your saying anyone, everyone and whoever empties the trashcan qualifies.

Jan. 6 panel to hear from top aide in Trump's White HouseThe House panel investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection will hear testimony on Tuesday from Cassidy Hutchinson, a top aide in Donald Trump ’s White House, a person familiar with the matter told AP. The hearing is scheduled for 1 p.m. Tuesday. Soviet style scripted inquisition that has no cross examination of witnesses and they talk about “democracy”. No one cares

Jan. 6 panel to hear from aide in Trump’s White House who saw burned documentsCassidy Hutchinson told the committee she was in the room for White House meetings where challenges to the election were debated and discussed, including with Republican lawmakers.

LIVE: Jan. 6 panel to hear from aide in Trump’s White House who saw burned documentsCassidy Hutchinson told the committee she was in the room for White House meetings where challenges to the election were debated and discussed, including with Republican lawmakers.

Jan. 6 panel’s surprise hearing is for top White House aide’s testimony, source saysThe House panel has not explained why it abruptly scheduled the hearing as lawmakers were away from Washington on a two-week recess.

Jan. 6 hearings: Ex-Trump White House aide to testify on Day 6Michael Schmidt discusses significance of Jan. 6 Cmte.'s last-minute hearing to its investigation: 'When you have someone cooperating with you...you need to get everything you can from them in that moment you cannot wait.' Republicans brought down democracy in a violent attack on the capitol! 🤣 Worse than the Holocaust they said, Worse than Pearl Harbor they said, Worse than 9/11 they said, Worse than WWII they said 😅 And BLM terrorist riots for 5 months with dozens of murders was peaceful. . WTH msnbc - you missed a huge opportunity bypassing AliVelshi for the Prime spot - I hope to god you don't lose him, or if you do we get to see him more on a different network. JDBalartMSNBC And can you imagine the amount of threats she is no doubt receiving

Jan. 6 hearing features Cassidy Hutchinson, key witness from Trump White House | Watch liveWATCH LIVE: The House panel investigating the U.S. Capitol insurrection is holding a surprise hearing with a key witness from the Trump White House. Stream now on ABC7. Jan6Hearings But ignore the lunacy from the left, got it 👍

Michael Pence WASHINGTON – Cassidy Hutchinson, a aide in Donald Trump’s White House, is making a surprise appearance Tuesday before the House committee investigating the Jan.Jan., a person familiar with the matter told The Associated Press.Share on Pinterest Share on LinkedIn WASHINGTON (AP) — Cassidy Hutchinson, an aide in Donald Trump’s White House, is making a surprise appearance Tuesday before the House committee investigating the Jan.

6, 2021, insurrection — an effort by the panel to provide new details about Trump's inner circle as he fought to overturn his election defeat. The 25-year-old, who was a special assistant and aide to former Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows , has already provided a trove of information to congressional investigators and has sat for multiple interviews behind closed doors. She has also detailed how Jeffrey Clark — a top Justice Department official who championed Trump’s false claims of election fraud and whom the president contemplated naming as attorney general — was a “frequent presence” at the White House. But the committee called the hearing this week to hear her public testimony, raising expectations for new revelations in the nearly yearlong investigation. The committee announced the surprise hearing with only 24 hours’ notice, and Hutchison’s appearance was only confirmed to The Associated Press by a person familiar with the matter. Mississippi Rep. 3, 2021 meeting in the Oval Office when other senior Justice Department officials warned Trump that they would resign if he followed through with his plan to replace Rosen with Clark. Bennie Thompson, the committee's chairman, said the panel called the hearing in light of “specific detailed information about what the former president and his aides were doing and saying in those critical hours. Mississippi Rep.

” Ad Thompson praised Hutchinson for her courage but did not detail the new information or what she would say as he opened the hearing.” A spokesman for the panel declined to elaborate and Hutchinson’s lawyer did not immediately respond to emails seeking comment. In one instance, Hutchinson described seeing Meadows incinerate documents after a meeting in his office with Rep. Her appearance has been cloaked in extraordinary secrecy. The committee announced the surprise hearing with only 24 hours’ notice, and Hutchison's appearance was only confirmed to The Associated Press by a person familiar with the matter. The committee’s investigation has been ongoing during the hearings, which. While it is unclear what new evidence she might provide Tuesday, Hutchinson’s testimony is likely to tell a first-hand story of Trump’s pressure campaign, and how the former president responded after the violence began, more vividly than any other witness the committee has called in thus far. She also revealed that the White House counsel’s office cautioned against plans to enlist fake electors in swing states, including in meetings involving Meadows and Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani. In brief excerpts of testimony revealed in court filings, Hutchinson told the committee she was in the room for White House meetings where challenges to the election were debated and discussed, including with several Republican lawmakers. While it is unclear what new evidence she might provide Tuesday, Hutchinson’s testimony could tell a first-hand story of Trump’s pressure campaign, and how the former president responded after the violence began, more vividly than any other witness the committee has called in thus far.

In one instance, Hutchinson described seeing Meadows incinerate documents after a meeting in his office with Rep. Scott Perry, R-Pa. She also detailed how Jeffrey Clark — a top Justice Department official who championed Trump’s false claims of election fraud and whom the president contemplated naming as attorney general — was a “frequent presence” at the White House., Politico reported in May. Ad She also revealed that the White House counsel’s office cautioned against plans to enlist fake electors in swing states, including in meetings involving Meadows and Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani. Attorneys for the president advised that the plan was not “legally sound,” Cassidy said. The House panel has not explained why it abruptly scheduled the 1 p. Scott Perry, R-Pa.

During her three separate depositions, Hutchinson also testified about her boss' surprise trip to Georgia weeks after the election to oversee the audit of absentee ballot envelope signatures and ask questions about the process. She also detailed how Jeffrey Clark — a top Justice Department official who championed Trump’s false claims of election fraud and whom the president contemplated naming as attorney general — was a “frequent presence” at the White House. The plot to remove the then-acting attorney general, Jeffrey Rosen, unraveled during a Jan. The committee had said last week that there would be no more hearings until July. 3, 2021, meeting in the Oval Office when other senior Justice Department officials warned Trump that they would resign if he followed through with his plan to replace Rosen with Clark. Ad The House panel has not explained why it abruptly scheduled the 1 p. She also detailed how Jeffrey Clark — a top Justice Department official who championed Trump’s false claims of election fraud and whom the president contemplated naming as attorney general — was a “frequent presence” at the White House.

m.” A spokesman for the panel declined to elaborate and Hutchinson’s lawyer did not immediately respond to emails seeking comment. hearing as lawmakers are away from Washington on a two-week recess. The committee had said last week that there would be no more hearings until July. The precise subject of Tuesday's hearing remained unclear, but the panel's announcement Monday said it would be “to present recently obtained evidence and receive witness testimony.” A spokesman for the panel declined to elaborate and Hutchinson's lawyer did not immediately respond to emails seeking comment. hearing as lawmakers are away from Washington on a two-week recess.

The person familiar with the committee's plans to call Hutchinson could not discuss the matter publicly and spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity. The nine-member committee’s investigation has continued during the hearings, which .