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January 6 The Commission has not explained the plan, but confirms that Hutchinson claims that Trump has rushed to the secret service agent.

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At a hearing last week, the Commission on January 6 did not publicly discuss actions to verify or support important claims made by former Trump administration aide Cassidy Hutchinson. Hmm.

Hutchinson, who worked closely with White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, detailed some of the key events through video and direct testimony at the hearing. The most explosive isformer President Donald Trump,angry that the US Secret Service (USSS) will not take him to the Capitol and rush to the agent trying to grab the handle of the presidential vehicle. It was said that it was done. .. 

Hutchinson explained what she said after January 6th that it was a version of what former Deputy Prime Minister Tony Ornart told her. She ended the rally in the ellipse and demanded that Congress be taken to the Capitol, which had proved the outcome of the presidential election. 

"The President reached out in front of the vehicle to grab the steering wheel. [Secret Service Agent Bobby] Engel grabbed his arm," Sir, you let go. You need. Handle. Return to the West Wing. I won't go to the Capitol, "Hutchinson quoted Ornart. "Then Trump used his freehand to rush towards Bobby Engel. When Mr. Ornart told me this story, he moved towards the collarbone." 

Former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson said former Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations Tony Ornato told her former President Donald Trump tried to grab the steering wheel of a presidential vehicle when he was told by Secret Service agents he could not go to the Capitol on Jan. 6. 

Former White House Assistant Cassidy Hutchinson is Former Deputy Secretary of Operations Tony Ornart When former President Donald Trump was told by a secret service agent that he couldn't go to the Capitol on January 6, he said he tried to grab the handle of his car.  (Washington Post via Jabin Botsford / Getty Images)

The January 6th committee responded to a request for comment from FoxNews Digital on Tuesday. I didn't. Talk to Ornart or Engelsince the hearing.Also, whether you contacted the Secret Service to confirm your allegations, whether there were more subpoenas related to Hutchinson's allegations, or whether you took other steps to confirm her remarks. Did not answer the question.

USSS spokesman Anthony Gugliemihas no information to share when asked if the Commission has taken further steps to verify Hutchinson's allegations. Said. 

According to Secret Services, the January 6 Commission did not reach out before the Hutchinson test on tramp lunge at the agent

Ornato told Fox News that Ornato was shocked when Hutchinson filed a complaint about the handle. The source said both Ornart and Engel would be willing to testify to the Commission to refute that part of Hutchinson's story. USSS spokesman Gugliemi also confirmed to Fox News on Wednesday that the Commission did not contact the day before the hearing to verify Hutchinson's allegations. 

During the days following Hutchinson's testimony was first disputed, several members of the Commission spoke publicly and stood beside Hutchinson. They also say they are pleased to hear from those who disagree with Hutchinson under her oath. However, nothing details the Commission's further efforts to examine the controversial part of her testimony. 

Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger said on Sunday that anyone who wants to disagree with Hutchinson's testimony in CNN's State of the Union should not do so through the media. Name them their comments. 

"Well, I can't tell you yet, but I think Cassidy Hutchinson testified under an oath. Whoever she trusts and wants to be slandered, it's direct. Attendance came and witnessed under an oath without going through an anonymous source, without quoting a quote, and could not be an anonymous source. " 

Vice Chair Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., gives her opening remarks as the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol holds its first public hearing to reveal the findings of a year-long investigation, at the Capitol in Washington, Thursday, June 9, 2022. Rep. Adam Kinzinger, R-Ill., listens at right.

Vice-Chair Liz Cheney, Republican Party The House Elections Committee investigating the January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol will hold its first hearing on Thursday, June 9, 2022 at the Capitol in Washington to unveil the results of a year-long investigation. I would like to make an opening remark. Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger listens to the right. (AP Photo / Andrew Harnik)

Tony Ornato makes Cassidy Hutchinson easy for Trump to rush into a secret service agent. Didn't explain to: Source

"Well, I'm not going to say what we're doing or what we're not doing from a confirmatory point of view." He told CNN. "But let me say this. What she said is what she heard," he said. Proponents said they were armed and could expect the Commission to release more information in the future, but Hutchinson said of Trump, who allegedly rushed or grabbed a secret service agent. He did not mention whether the Commission is currently taking any steps to confirm that 

Apart from this, Kinzinger was from a former Trump White House official, Ornart. Is not supposed to be the true person. "There seems to be a big thread here ... Tony Ornart likes to lie," Kinzinger tweeted. 

January 6 Hearing: Top 5 Moments of Explosive Cassidy Hutchinson's Testimony at Trump, Attack on Capitol

This exhibit from video released by the House Select Committee, shows Cassidy Hutchinson, former aide to chief of staff Mark Meadows, displayed at a hearing by the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, Thursday, June 23, 2022, on Capitol Hill in Washington.

Th is from a video released by the House Select Commission. Exhibits show Capitol Hutchinson, a former staff aide to Mark Meadows, on Thursday, June 23, 2022, at a hearing by the House Select Commission investigating the January 6 attack on the US Capitol. It's in Capitol Hill, Washington. (House Select Committee via AP)

 "The committee is assassinated by anonymous sources and men for her personality. I'm not going to monitor. I'm claiming executive privilege, and we're very much looking forward to additional testimony under the oath on all issues, "Chainy said of ABC. 

Chainy was pressured by ABC to see if the Commission had further evidence to support Hutchinson's remarks. Chaney said he had evidence of Trump's "fierce anger" when he was told he couldn't go to the Capitol and had to return to the White House.However, she did not elaborate further evidence on the controversial rush and handle-grabbing case.

"We always expected Trump World to try to hurt her credibility. They haven't disappointed us in that regard," Lofgren said of NBC. He talked about Hutchinson in "Meet the Press". 

But when asked about the steps she was taking to support what she said, Lofgren said the Commission had previously spoken to Ornart, and the Commission said he. Would welcome him if he wanted to testify more, and Ornart was "part of the Trump World."

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I had a question with Democrat Adam Schiff. A committee interviewing Ornart and Engel first told him that Trump was trying to grab the handle of his car. When I heard it, on CBS. Mr Schiff said he would not discuss the details of past testimony, said the Commission welcomed these men to testify again, and noted that they were not disputed in other parts of Hutchinson's testimony. 

Hutchinson also supports her testimony in a statement by her lawyer. 

Fox News' Lakia Atkins, Andres Del Aguila, David Spunt, and Meghan Tome contributed to this report.