The former White House deputy chief of staff said that Trump, who did not admit defeat in the election, wanted to go to Congress in large numbers on January 6, 2021.
Former US President Donald Trump, White House Assistant Secretary Cassidy Hutchinson, told Congress on January 6, 2021 that Trump also wanted to spy on the crowd and was trying to interfere with the Secret Service, which wanted to stop him. , in the company car and at the wheel.
Testifying yesterday in the congressional raid investigation, Hutchinson said Rudy Giuliani, Trump’s former attorney and believed to have played a role in these efforts, will nullify the election results on January 2, 2021, according to the Voice of America. of the attack on congress days ago,” he said. We will go there. That’ll be great,” he said. In his testimony at the session, Hutchinson expressed his concern and fear about what might happen after his dialogue with Giuliani before the attack on Congress, reporting that then-White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows told him, “Things could get really bad.”
Cassidy Hutchinson said she heard plans were being made for a rally and a possible return to Congress on January 1 during talks at the White House.
‘GUNS ARE LISTED’
Describing what was discussed in the morning pre-rally meeting Hutchinson held shortly before Trump’s attack on Congress on January 6, White House Deputy Secretary General Tony Ornato said, “Everyone lined up the weapons they had brought to the meeting and said among themselves: these were spears attached to the ends of poles.” .
Hutchinson said White House officials, including Trump, had been warned that the protest could spiral out of control and involve gunmen; But he said Trump had ordered the removal of metal detectors and the relaxation of security measures and that they “did not come to harm me”.
On the other hand, former President Donald Trump denied Cassidy Hutchinson’s allegations in a statement on the social networking platform Truth Social. Trump, who said he barely knew himself, claimed Hutchinson was a “dishonest man”.