Former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson delivered devastating testimony about Trump’s actions and behavior on Jan. 6 and the actions of others around him.
Elie Honig, a legal analyst for CNN, responded to a statement made by Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) that more White House insiders are coming forward following Cassidy Hutchinson’s explosive testimony about Donald Trump’s behind-the-scenes behavior on January 6.
The day after Kinzinger spoke on “State of the Union,” the former prosecutor appeared with “New Day” hosts Brianna Keilar and Boris Sanchez on July 4. The former prosecutor was questioned about what Trump may now expect, as per The Washing Post reported.
“It’s interesting that we’re hearing from Adam Kinzinger on the committee that other witnesses are coming forward after that testimony of Cassidy Hutchinson,” host Keillar prompted. “She had actually come forward when she felt that she had more to share than she had shared with the committee. It appears other people may be doing that as well.”
“I think that’s the way things normally play out,” the former prosecutor stated. “There’s more than one Cassidy Hutchinson who worked in the White House, there has to be, right?”
“There’s dozens and dozens of staffers, maybe not all of whom had the kind of access that she had, but there have to be other people who saw what was happening and who may be seeing Cassidy Hutchinson inspired them because I think it’s quite clear that what she did was the right thing to do and took some courage” he added.
Giuliani is cited by Hutchinson as saying that the day of the attack, January 6, would be exciting. When the Capitol was under attack, she claimed Meadows was unwilling to tell Trump to tell the attackers to stop because Meadows claimed the president was alone and didn’t want to be bothered.
She explained that White House counsel Pat Cipollone had warned that, if Trump were taken to the Capitol to join the rioters, “We’re going to get charged with every crime imaginable if we let that movement happen.”