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A senior aide to former President Donald Trump’s administration is due to testify at the committee’s surprise hearing on Tuesday, January 6.
Cassidy Hutchinson, an aide to Trump’s former chief of staff Mark Meadows, is expected to appear and testify at the Jan. 6 committee hearing on the Capital riots.
Hutchinson’s position as a senior aide under Meadows has excited many people to hope for insider information about the riots from a West Wing perspective.
Live Updates: January. 6 Committee hearings
Rumors of Hutchinson appearing January 6 Committee It was announced on Monday that the committee would hold an ET hearing at 1pm on Tuesday to present “recently obtained evidence”, when the committee planned to adjourn the hearings until July.
A press release issued by the committee did not specify what the evidence would be or what witnesses might be present.
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Former officers of the Justice Department have given a detailed account of the incident Committee hearing on Thursday, January 6 President Donald Trump’s relentless campaign to overthrow the 2020 election has led to almost mass resignations.
Details of JAN 6 committee hearings Trump meeting where DOJ officials were threatened with mass resignations
The testimony focused on a dramatic January 3 Oval Office meeting in which Trump was considering firing former acting attorney general Jeff Rosen in favor of former DOJ official Jeffrey Clark.
Especially, Clark was pushing hard for the DOJ. Send Voter Alternative Slate to Washington DC to Send a Letter to Encourage State Governments
Tyler Olson of Fox News contributed to this report.