Trump lunged at a security chief on Jan. 6, demanded to go to Capitol, former White House aide says

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Cassidy Hutchinson witnessed White House strategies sessions to contest outcomes of the 2020 elections as an adviser to the former Chief of Staff Mark Meadows.

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Hutchinson stated Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani and House Republicans organizing meetings on strategy.

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Five House Republicans have sought pardons as per Hutchinson.

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Meadows utilized encrypted Signal communications and burned documents following meetings.

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The House committee that's investigating the Capitol attack, which occurred on Jan. 6 2021, has an unexpected hearing on Tuesday, featuring the testimony of an ex- White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson as well as "recently acquired evidence. "

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Barr encourages Trump to throw his lunch on the wall

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Furious after Attorney General Bill Barr announced in December 2020 that he did not find any proof of voter fraud widespread according to The Associated Press, Trump threw his lunch at the wall, as per Hutchinson.

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Weapons at Ellipse. On the morning of January. 6 2021, the police stated that there were people who were within walking distance of the Ellipse, armed with Glock-style AR-15 rifles and pistols. A few of them hid in trees.

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Trump was warned not to march to the Capitol. Cassidy Hutchinson is an adviser to the former president Donald Trump, said White House counsel Pat Cipollone voiced concerns repeatedly regarding Trump's plans to marched towards the Capitol on January. 6th, 2021

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as a possibility of being illegal. "Please make sure we don't go up to the Capitol, Cassidy," Hutchinson was quoted by Cipollone as saying to her on the early morning on Jan. 6.

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"Oathkeeper" and "Proud Boys": Cassidy Hutchinson said that when she was at the White House, she heard the words "Oathkeeper" and "Proud Boys" as Jan. 6 approached.

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