little-known Trump aide could ‘take down’ Trump in the Jan. 6 hearings

A little-known Trump aide could become a star in the upcoming House Jan. 6 committee hearings starting on June 9.

Former Trump White House staffer Cassidy Hutchinson has been playing a similar role in the Jan. 6 hearings as White House counsel John Dean did in the Watergate hearings.

“Cassidy Hutchinson might turn out to be the next John Dean,” said Norm Eisen, who served as counsel to House Democrats during Trump’s impeachment.

the Former Trump White House staffer has been helpful to the Jan. 6 committee.

“Cassidy Hutchinson, a top aide to then-White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, has sat for multiple depositions with investigators — more than 20 hours — and is expected to play a starring role in the hearings, according to people familiar with the matter. Hutchinson, people familiar with the committee said, has provided extensive information about Meadows’s activities in trying to overturn the election,” The Washington Post reported Saturday.

the Former Trump White House staffer could take down Trump.

The Washington Post reported that it was Hutchinson who “told the committee that Meadows remarked to others that Trump indicated support for hanging his vice president after rioters who stormed the Capitol on that day started chanting, ‘Hang Mike Pence!'”

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