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Secret service for the January 6th committee on Trump's actions

The US Secret Service is a house selection committee member on January 6th, after a former White House aide{ I need to say more to the meeting. 9} Cassidy Hutchinson's Testimony Tuesday on the actions of former President Trump on January 6, 2021. At a last-minute hearing, she communicated to the Commission her desire to go to the Capitol with Trump's supporters. Congress was in a joint session counting election votes.

"The US Secret Service has been working with the Special Committee since its inception in the spring of 2021. We will continue to do so, "secret service spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said in a statement to CBS News.

Hutchinson , in front of the Commission , in the room with Robert Engel, with Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Tony Ornart of the White House. I testified that I had spoken. Special agent for Secret Services on January 6th. According to Hutchinson, during the meeting, Ornart said he was "angry" in his car when the president was told he couldn't go to the Capitol. He said something to the effect, "I'm President f *** ing, take me to the Capitol now," Hutchinson said.  

When informed that he had to return to the West Wing, Trump reached for the front of the vehicle to grab the steering wheel. Hutchinson said she was told by Ornart to grab his arm. 

The president then rushed towards Engel using a freehand, she said, and Ornart "moved towards the collarbone" when explaining the case. Hutchinson added that Engel corrected or disagreed with any part of what Ornart said.

However, sources close to the secret service said that Engel and the driver had never been physically attacked or beaten by Trump, and that the former president had never rushed to the steering. Confirmed to CBS News that they are ready to swear and testify vehicle wheels. 

Secret service officials dispute Hutchinson's commission-related words about Trump's anger or demanding that he be taken to the Capitol. not.

Secret Services has provided dozens of hours of testimony to the Commission on January 6th, dating back to the spring of 2021.

At the request of both the Ornath and Engel committees, they appeared in a closed room in front of the committee, according to sources close to the agency. These sessions were recorded but not used in the inquiry on Tuesday.

Nicoles Ganga

CBS News reporters cover homeland security and justice ..

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