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Cassidy Hutchinson Reveals Additional Details About The Disarray Inside Trump’s White House


In a tell-all book published on Tuesday, Cassidy Hutchinson, the former White House assistant who last year exposed devastating information about Donald Trump and his closest friends relating to the Jan. 6 rebellion, shares more about her career inside the government.

Hutchinson describes her time as Mark Meadows’ assistant in the book “Enough,” which was published in March 2020 and covers the period from the conclusion of the Trump administration until Meadows’ appointment as chief of staff of the White House.

For instance, she claims that during the transition time, she saw Meadows burn papers in his office fireplace at the White House. She claims that it happened over the holidays when Meadows ordered the majority of the staff to leave, but she and White House attorneys were present every day.

She claims that every morning, Meadows requested that employees of the General Services Administration start a fire in his office fireplace.

Those views were also provided by Hutchinson to the House select committee last year, which was looking into the attack on the Capitol on January 6, 2021.

In her account of her time spent working at the White House in the midst of the pandemic in 2020, Hutchinson mentions Meadows’ and the White House Counsel’s office’s busy day when Trump demanded that Attorney General William Barr dismiss Geoffrey Berman, the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York.

“Mark leaned against the door and rubbed his temples. ‘Cass, if I can get through this job and manage to keep him out of jail’ — referring to our boss, the president — ‘I’ll have done a good job,'” she writes, recalling what Meadows said to her that day.

She also recounts the moment she discovered that Trump’s friend and former presidential contender Herman Cain had passed away on July 30, 2020. Meadows was notified of Cain’s passing by Hutchinson, and they both recalled that Cain had attended Trump’s event in Tulsa, Oklahoma, a few weeks prior, when they thought he acquired Covid.

Despite being contacted for comment, Meadows remained silent. According to a statement from Meadows’ spokeswoman to NBC News, Hutchinson’s memoir is “filled with half-truths, falsehoods, and purposefully omitting context to sell books.”

The representative specifically mentioned that “miscellaneous paper” or old newspapers were occasionally used “to start or keep the fire going” and that protocols were followed for document retention.

The spokesman added that Meadows “expressed exasperation that the press would blame” Trump for Cain’s death and that the jail comment was in reference to “how Democrats never stop going after the president and would want to prosecute him.”

In response to inquiries for comment in news articles published last year about Hutchinson’s congressional testimony claiming he burned documents, a lawyer for Meadows either declined or did not answer. Hutchinson, a key witness who provided the Jan. 6 committee with explosive testimony last year, also asserted that Trump attempted to take control of the SUV he was riding in on Jan. 6, 2021, and lunged at his security detail when he was informed that it couldn’t transport him to the Capitol after his rally.

In a recent appearance with NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Trump refuted that claim. He claimed that the Secret Service had told him not to go down to the Capitol in peace, despite his desire to do so.

In reaction to the book, Steven Cheung, a representative for the Trump campaign, pointed NBC News to a number of tweets he made on X, now known as Twitter, in which he branded Hutchinson “a liar and her lies have been refuted.” In one of the posts, Cheung cited news coverage from the time of Hutchinson’s congressional testimony that said some of the personnel reportedly involved in the purported event in the SUV rejected her account.

Rudy Giuliani’s spokesman termed Hutchinson’s claims in her book that he inappropriately touched her on January 6—which was according to NBC News last week—”a disgusting lie.”

Giuliani described Hutchinson’s charges as “completely false” and “totally absurd” when asked about them by Newsmax anchor Eric Bolling last week.

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