Former President Donald Trump was a former White House aide who droppedsome bomb revelations at this week's hearing. She broke into Cassidy Hutchinson, who considered her a "social climber", claimed she "lived in a fantastic land", and rushed to a secret service agent on January 6, 2021. I disregarded the claim.
The 45th president laughed. Hutchinson's suggestion was in an interview withNews maxon Thursday asdefeated the details of his protection and tried to drive the president's SUV to the Capitol. "These guys lift 350 pounds, I don't."
"Women live in fantastic lands," he said, former White House chief aide Mark Meadows. He talked about Hutchinson, a former chief aide to the White House.
"She is a social mountaineer, if you call it social," he continued. "I'm sorry this is happening in this country. Republicans don't dispute it."
Investigate the House of Representatives riots on Tuesday Trump was very furious when he refused to allow Secret Service agents to join his supporters, according to Hutchinson, who testified under an oath before the House of Commons selection committee. He tried to grab the steering wheel of the SUV he was driving and rushed towards the secret service agent Robert "Bobby" Engel.
"I'm the president of f-king! Take me to the Capitol now!" Furious Trump shouted and remembered Hutchinson. Hutchinson said he was informed of the incident by Antony Ornart, then Deputy Director of Operations at the White House.
"Is there anything wrong with her?" Trump meditated aloud.
"She said I jumped out of the car, I started strangling the agent of the secret service? I grabbed the steering wheel of the car? I said I wanted a gun in the rally? I don't want a gun I have to speak, "added the former president, who claimed that Secret Services called Hutchinson's claim" completely wrong. "
Immediately after Hutchinson's testimony, secret service sources went to many media outlets. Disputing her allegations, CNN reported that Ornart even refused to associate her account with her.
"They dressed her, and they don't even confirm it with the Secret Service," Trump said. "People in the car's secret service said this didn't happen, but you don't need it either. Who will do it? Will I grab a secret servant in my throat?"
In her testimony, Hutchinson also said he knew that Trump was in the crowd with his "stop stealing" Ellipse rally. Armed with an AR-15-style assault rifle and firearms, he instructed a secret service agent to remove the metal detector in order to increase the size of the crowd of camera shots.
"I was near a conversation where I heard the president say something to the effect that" don't worry about having a weapon. " They are not here to hurt me. Remove the f-king [magnetometer], "Hutchinson said.
Trump insisted in an interview with Newsmax that he didn't want to hurt others, but the crowd was "one of the biggest groups I've ever talked about." He added that it was.
The former president said the House Committee was "illegally formed." Continued to insist.
"When you look at what they are doing, what they are saying, what they are doing to the country, the good news is not seen by many. Hmm. Many people haven't heard of it, but they're trying to do real harm, "he said.
Hutchinson lawyers Jody Hunt and William Jordan said late Wednesday that their client
said, "She was sworn in yesterday to investigate the January 6 attack on the United States. I support all the testimony I have provided to the Election Commission. " Houses of Parliament.
Frequently Trump critics, Vice-Chairman Liz Cheney (Republican) also defended Hutchinson in a Wednesday night speech at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation in Simi Valley, California.
"Her bravery and patriotism yesterday was brilliant," Chainy said of the Commission's Star Witnesses.