USA/Capitol Assault: New Revelations From Secret Service Officials

The investigation into the assault on the Capitol in the United States continues, while new testimony from Secret Service officials revealed on Saturday sheds light on the case.

Sources confirm the testimony of former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson that on January 6, 2021, former US President Donald Trump attempted to unite with his supporters who stormed the Capitol.

“I’m a fucking American president, you don’t have to tell me what to do,” Donald Trump said at the time.

Cassidy Hutchinson, who was Trump’s deputy chief of staff, claimed that during the riots, Trump was in the presidential limo with his team and persuaded them to drive to the Capitol and even tried to “seize the flying.”

Also, a veteran Secret Service employee said in an interview with CNN that Trump was described as a “demanding person” who used foul language towards his people.

Cassidy Hutchinson also testified that later on the evening of January 6, Donald Trump allegedly came down to the White House dining room and threw a plate full of food at the walls.

“The ketchup was running down the walls,” she said. “We picked up broken plates that the president threw away.”

Cassidy Hutchinson said the ex-president knew his supporters were armed when he called on them to march on Congress and “fight like hell” to stop elected officials from certifying Joe Biden’s victory.

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