Melania Trump's former friend and chief of staff Stephanie Grisham shared a text exchange where the former first lady refused to condemn 1/6 violence.
The surprise January 6th hearing featuring Cassidy Hutchinson, who served as a top aide to Mark Meadows, the Chief of Staff to then President Donald Trump, offered bombshell after bombshell.
"One of the most stunning offerings of testimony in American history just then from former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson, a top aide to the then White House chief of staff Mark Meadows," CNN's Jake Tapper said of Tuesday's surprise January 6th hearing featuring Cassidy Hutchinson, who served as a top aide to Mark Meadows, the Chief of Staff to then President Donald Trump.
The January 6 hearings have been damning. Hutchinson’s testimony took them to a new level.
Mark Meadows warned Cassidy Hutchinson that "things might get real, real bad" on January 6. That was just the beginning of her bombshell testimony.
Trump was angry that metal detectors were keeping his armed followers out of his rally: "I don't care if they have weapons, they aren't here to hurt me. Take the f-ing mags away.”
Trump's brazenness goes beyond anything we've ever seen before.
McCarthy would have been criticized if he had put Trump allies on the committee, but his not doing so has turned out worse.
Like Trump allies Peter Navarro and Jeffrey Clark before him, Eastman went to Fox News after encountering federal authorities.
In the final, frenzied days of his administration, Donald J. Trump’s behavior turned increasingly volatile as he smashed dishware and lunged at his own Secret Service agent, according to testimony.
The former White House aide’s revelations about Jan. 6 chipped away at any potential defense that Donald J. Trump was merely expressing well-founded views about election fraud.
The House committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol is holding an unexpected hearing to review recently obtained evidence related to former President Donald Trump and the insurrection.
Cassidy Hutchinson delivered stunning revelations about events inside the White House on the day of the Capitol attack.
Hutchinson, aide to Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows, said Trump knew his supporters were armed when he encouraged them to go to the Capitol.
The former White House aide, more than any other witness, connected the dots between Trump's actions and a potential crime.
The House select committee investigating the January 6, 2021, Capitol Hill insurrection reconvened Tuesday for a hastily scheduled hearing, featuring blockbuster testimony from Trump White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson.
Cassidy Hutchinson, an aide to former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, testified during a congressional hearing Tuesday that she was told that former President Donald Trump became "irate" when informed by security that he would not be going to the Capitol on January 6, 2021, because the situation was not secure.
The former top White House aide delivered a series of surprising revelations about behavior by Donald Trump and his inner circle before the Capitol attack.
Capitol riot investigators, citing "recently obtained evidence," changed course after deciding to pause their public events until July.
Cassidy Hutchinson's remarks portrayed Donald Trump as spiraling into an increasingly manic rage as he continued his last-ditch effort to seize a second term he didn’t win.
Ginni Thomas's lawyer sent a response on Tuesday to the January 6 Select House Committee, just over one week after they formally requested her testimony.
Former President Donald Trump ridiculed testimony from a former White House aide, Cassidy Hutchison, about his actions on January 6th.
Trump denied Cassidy Hutchinson's allegations that he threw food in the White House's dining room in response to an interview.
Donald Trump refuted Hutchinson's claims that he wanted individuals with weapons allowed at the January 6 rally to bolster crowd size.
Fox News Channel anchor Bret Baier said Tuesday on his network's coverage of today's hearing by the House Select Committee investigating January 6, 2021 that the testimony was "stunning" and moved the ball. | Clips
On Tuesday, Liz Cheney and the sham Jan. 6 committee brought in Mark Meadows staffer Cassidy Hutchinson as a “surprise witness.” Young Cassidy testified that “she was told” that as then-President Donald Trump was being driven back to the White House after the Jan. 6 rally that he demanded to be taken to the Capitol…
President Trump unloaded on Cassidy Hutchinson on Truth Social this afternoon. TGP already pointed out that a big lie in Hutchinson’s testimony has already been debunked by the Secret Service. Sad. DEBUNKED! Jan. 6 Committee “Surprise” Witness GETS CAUGHT – US Secret Service Sources DENY Trump Tried to Grab Steering Wheel — ARE WILLING TO…
It is clear that Liz Cheney and her January 6 Committee trotted out an unknown assistant to Mark Meadows to smear Trump with lies and gossip. Cassidy ‘Smollett’ Hutchinson on Tuesday testified that Trump was aware January 6 rally attendees had weapons and were wearing body armor. She also claimed that Trump lunged at a…
Clown Cassidy Hutchinson with Clown Liz Cheney On Tuesday, Liz Cheney and the sham Jan. 6 committee brought in Mark Meadows staffer Cassidy Hutchinson as a “surprise witness.” Young Cassidy testified that “she was told” that as then-President Donald Trump was being driven back to the White House after the Jan. 6 rally that he…
Instead of proving that he isn't the kind of person who would attack his Secret Service detail, Trump's reaction corroborated Cassidy Hutchinson's testimony.
The former-White House aide showed that Trump was not only aware of potential violence, he was encouraging it.
The former White House aide provided a fly-on-the-wall account of what former President Donald J. Trump and his top advisers were doing and saying as the attack on the Capitol unfolded.
Cassidy Hutchinson wasn’t a household name before Tuesday, but it seems unlikely she’ll remain in obscurity after her testimony.
The lead Secret Service agent in charge of President Trump's detail on January 6 will reportedly contradict Cassidy Hutchinson.
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