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Alyssa Farah Griffin encouraged Cassidy Hutchinson to provide more info to January 6 committee

Former Trump aide Alyssa Farah Griffin says she encouraged Cassidy Hutchinson to provide additional information to the Jan. 6 committee and drop attorney with ties to the former president

  • Former White House communications director Alyssa Farah Griffin said she helped Cassidy Hutchinson provide additional information to the Jan. 6 committee.
  • “Cassidy actually came up to me and said, ‘There’s more I want to share with the committee,’ a few months ago,” Griffin said on CNN’s New Day.
  • Griffin explained that ‘Trumpworld assigned lawyers’ to low level staffers who ‘don’t have large funds for legal defense’
  • Former President Donald Trump sues Hutchinson’s blockbuster testimony since Meadows’s former aide delivered it
  • Thursday night he went back to her, suggested that her “new lawyer” had something to do with it, and claimed she was “lying under oath???”

Former White House communications director Alyssa Farah Griffin said on Thursday she helped Cassidy Hutchinson provided additional information to the committee on Jan. 6 after Mark Meadows’ top assistant had her first interview.

“Cassidy came to me a few months ago and said, ‘There’s more I want to share with the committee,'” Griffin said on CNN’s New Day. “I put her… in touch with Congresswoman Cheney. She got a new lawyer and that’s how this testimony came about.’

Hutchinson testified on Tuesday that former President Donald Trump knew his supporters had guns when they attended his Ellipse rally on the morning of Jan. 6.

Hutchinson also told the Democrat-led committee that Trump wanted to join them in the Capitol — so much so that he threw a tantrum in his SUV — and threw a plate of food against the wall when he found that Attorney General Bill Barr had publicly are false claims of widespread voter fraud.

Former White House Strategic Communications Director Alyssa Farah Griffin (pictured) said Thursday she helped Cassidy Hutchinson provide additional information to the Jan. 6 committee after top aide Mark Meadows had her first interview.

Former White House Strategic Communications Director Alyssa Farah Griffin (pictured) said Thursday she helped Cassidy Hutchinson provide additional information to the Jan. 6 committee after top aide Mark Meadows had her first interview.

Cassidy Hutchinson appeared before the House selection committee on Jan. 6 on Tuesday, testifying that former President Donald Trump knew his supporters had guns in the crowd before the attack on the Capitol.  She also detailed several tantrums

Cassidy Hutchinson appeared before the House selection committee on Jan. 6 on Tuesday, testifying that former President Donald Trump knew his supporters had guns in the crowd before the attack on the Capitol. She also detailed several tantrums

Griffin, a friend of Hutchinson’s and who had resigned from her White House position at Trump in December 2020 and developed into a critic of Trump, explained that “Trumpworld assigned attorneys” to low-level staff who “don’t have major legal defenses.” to have’ .’

Griffin said she understood that Hutchinson’s original attorney was a Trumpworld-provided attorney.

“She did her interview, she kept to the commission, but she shared with me, ‘There’s more I want to share that wasn’t asked in those environments. How do we do this?'” Griffin said.

“And in that process she got herself a new lawyer,” she continued.

Congressman Cheney had an idea of ​​what questions to ask that weren’t there before. So that’s how this shocking testimony that people didn’t realize before came about and it didn’t come up in some of her previous interviews, some of these facts,” Griffin added.

Since Tuesday, Trump has criticized Hutchinson, who worked in the White House’s legislative department and also served as top aide to Chief of Staff Meadows.

Among his complaints: she changed her legal representation.

“Cassidy Hutchinson also forgot to tell the Unselects that she desperately wanted to go to Florida with certain others on the Trump staff long after Jan. 6 had come and gone,” Trump posted on Truth Social Thursday night.

“If I was so bad, why did she fight so hard to be part of the MAGA TEAM? This is all recorded in writing! Why did it take so long to tell these ridiculous and obviously fake stories (made up!) even after she had previously made four lengthy statements?’ he asked.

‘Was it, just maybe, her new lawyer? Lying under oath???’ said the former president.

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