“I’m the f____ng president!”

“Expose the Truth.” The painting showed an angry-looking Trump grabbing Robert Mueller by the tie and holding a magnifying glass into his face.

In “Expose the Truth”, an angry-looking Trump is grabbing Robert Mueller by the tie and holding a magnifying glass into his face. | Jon McNaugton

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“According to Hutchinson’s testimony, Trump told a Secret Service agent, “I’m the effing president, take me up to the Capitol now.”

The agent responded that he could not take Trump to the Capitol, prompting the president to try to grab hold of the steering wheel of his limousine, known as “the Beast”.

When that failed, Trump lunged for the agent’s throat, Hutchinson said. That same agent listened to Ornato as he recounted the story to Hutchinson.”

Christian Republicans have highly suggested Jesus is at the helm and is guiding THE BRAND to where it needs to be. Jesus is BEHIND TRUMP – this very day? It’ not over – till the fat lady sings? How about – the votes of The People?

Many are applauding Cassidy Hutchinson, but not once does she express real concern for the Democrats who are counting the winning votes. She does tell ALL Americans about the comment of one of her Team Players, that suggests THEY could be found guilty of – EVERYTHING. How about…

CONSPIRACY TO COMMIT MURDER?

Didn’t Trump say he could shoot someone on the street – and get away with it? Did Trump see himself grabbing Jacob’s spear, and impaling the Vice President on it – on live T.V. People asked for pardons – that very day! Did they know the President of the United States – wanted to get away with murder?

Is Jesus guilty of Conspiracy to Commit Murder? Shouldn’t Christian Leaders hold a news conference and explain to ALL AMERICANS – Trump is NOT doing the will of Jesus – or God? How many death threats would these REAL men of God – get? How many Republican leaders wanted Democrat leaders dead? Consider the Kennedys. As a rule, CRIMINALS SHOW NO EMPATHY TOWARDS THEIR VICTIMS, even in court defending themselves. Put me on record for saying this…

God and Jesus SAVED all the Democrats in the Capitol that day!

John ‘The Nazarite’

“Hutchinson recalled “feeling frustrated, disappointed, and really — it felt personal. I was really saddened. As an American, I was disgusted. It was unpatriotic. It was un-American.”

She said Trump told aides to let individuals with weapons past security and into the crowd, which he was “furious” with due to its size, with Hutchinson recalling Trump saying, “‘I don’t care that they have weapons. They are not here to hurt me. Take the effing mags (magnetometers) away.'”

“I said, ‘The rioters are getting really close. Have you talked to the president?'” she recalled. “Meadows said, ‘No. He wants to be alone right now.'”

“I felt like I was watching,” she continued in taped testimony, “a bad car accident that was about to happen. You can’t stop it but you want to do something. I remember thinking in that moment that Mark needs to snap out of this.”

She recalled White House counsel Pat Cipollone “barreling” towards Meadows’s office, and saying something to the effect of, “”Mark, something needs to be done, or people are going to die and blood is going to be on your effing hands.'”

She later overheard Cipollone and Meadows talking about the “Hang Mike Pence” chants at the Capitol.

“You heard it Pat — he thinks Mike deserves it. He thinks they aren’t doing anything wrong,” Meadows said to Cipollone when the White House lawyer said they needed to respond, according to Hutchinson.

In criminal law, a conspiracy is an agreement between two or more persons to commit a crime at some time in the future.[1] Criminal law in some countries or for some conspiracies may require that at least one overt act be undertaken in furtherance of that agreement, to constitute an offense. There is no limit on the number participating in the conspiracy and, in most countries, no requirement that any steps have been taken to put the plan into effect (compare attempts which require proximity to the full offense). For the purposes of concurrence, the actus reus is a continuing one and parties may join the plot later and incur joint liability and conspiracy can be charged where the co-conspirators have been acquitted or cannot be traced. Finally, repentance by one or more parties does not affect liability (unless, in some cases, it occurs before the parties have committed overt acts) but may reduce their sentence.

Jan. 6 hearing live updates: Witness: Irate Trump grabbed wheel, demanded to go to Capitol

Former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson drops bombshells in testimony.

ByLibby Cathey andAlexandra Hutzler

Last Updated: June 28, 2022, 3:18 PM ET

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Attack on the Capitol: The Investigation — An ABC News Special

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The House select committee investigating the Capitol attack held a surprise hearing Tuesday after saying it wouldn’t be holding more until the middle of July.

The committee said the focus would be on “recently obtained evidence” and Cassidy Hutchinson, a former aide to then-White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, dropped numerous bombshells.

This was the sixth hearing this month on the attack on the U.S. Capitol and what the committee says was the plot by then-President Donald Trump and his allies to overturn the election.

Here is how the hearing unfolded:

Please check back for updates. All times Eastern.


Jun 28, 3:18 pm

Cheney raises concerns about witness intimidation, Thompson encourages others to come forward

Rep. Liz Cheney, vice chair of the committee, raised concerns of witness intimidation in her closing remarks.

The committee showed on a large screen above the members a text message that read: “[A person] let me know your deposition tomorrow. He wants me to let you know that he’s thinking about you. He knows you’re loyal, and you’re going to do the right thing when you go in for your deposition.”

“I think most Americans know that attempting to influence witnesses to testify untruthfully presents very serious concerns,” Cheney said in her closing remarks, adding that the panel will be discussing the issue and considering next steps.

PHOTO: Chairman Bennie Thompson speaks as the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol holds a hearing at the Capitol, June 28, 2022. Vice Chair Liz Cheney, listens at right.
J. Scott Applewhite/APJ. Scott Applewhite/APChairman Bennie Thompson speaks as the House select committee investigating the Jan…Read More

Chairman Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., commended Hutchinson for “doing your patriotic duty and helping the American people get a complete understanding of January 6th and its causes.”

Thompson also encouraged others to come forward.

“If you’ve heard if you’ve heard this testimony today and suddenly you remember things you couldn’t previously recall, or or there are some details you’d like to clarify, or you discovered some courage you had hidden away somewhere, our doors remain open,” he said


Jun 28, 3:18 pm

Extraordinary hearing closes

It was among the shortest but most shocking Jan. 6 public hearings so far.

Cassidy Hutchinson, for nearly two-hours Tuesday, testified that Trump and Meadows were aware the Capitol was a target and that Trump supporters at the “Save America” rally were armed with weapons when the president told urged them to march to the Capitol on Jan. 6.

She said Trump told aides to let individuals with weapons past security and into the crowd, which he was “furious” with due to its size, with Hutchinson recalling Trump saying, “‘I don’t care that they have weapons. They are not here to hurt me. Take the effing mags (magnetometers) away.'”

Trump wanted to go to the Capitol himself after his speech, she said, and there was even conversation about having him go into the House chamber, despite the White House counsel’s office raising serious legal concerns and the Secret Service raising safety concerns.

Still, demanding to go to the Capitol, Hutchinson recalled learning that Trump grabbed the steering wheel in “The Beast: — the president’s limousine — on the way back to the White House and said, “‘I’m the f—ing president. Take me up to the Capitol now!'” before lunging at a Secret Service agent.

Hutchinson also confirmed Trump instructed Meadows to make contact with a “war room” in the Willard Hotel on the evening of Jan. 5 and advised Meadows against going in person after hearing Rudy Giuliani’s plans for the day, which she said she overheard included “Oath Keepers” and “Proud Boys.”

In a statement to ABC News, Roger Stone said it was “FALSE” that he spoke to Meadows on the phone on Jan. 5 “or any other date.”


Jun 28, 2:48 pm

Witness: Trump didn’t want to respond as attack on Capitol unfolded

In videotaped testimony, Hutchinson recalled seeing Meadows in his office at the White House, flipping through his phone as Trump supporters marched to the Capitol, and then violently breaching it.

“I said, ‘The rioters are getting really close. Have you talked to the president?'” she recalled. “Meadows said, ‘No. He wants to be alone right now.'”

“I felt like I was watching,” she continued in taped testimony, “a bad car accident that was about to happen. You can’t stop it but you want to do something. I remember thinking in that moment that Mark needs to snap out of this.”

PHOTO: Cassidy Hutchinson arrives to testify during a public hearing of the U.S. House Select Committee to investigate the January 6 Attack on the U.S. Capitol, in Washington, U.S., June 28, 2022.
Kevin Lamarque/ReutersKevin Lamarque/ReutersCassidy Hutchinson arrives to testify during a public hearing of the U.S. House Select Co…Read More

She recalled White House counsel Pat Cipollone “barreling” towards Meadows’s office, and saying something to the effect of, “”Mark, something needs to be done, or people are going to die and blood is going to be on your effing hands.'”

She later overheard Cipollone and Meadows talking about the “Hang Mike Pence” chants at the Capitol.

“You heard it Pat — he thinks Mike deserves it. He thinks they aren’t doing anything wrong,” Meadows said to Cipollone when the White House lawyer said they needed to respond, according to Hutchinson.

-ABC News’ Benjamin Siegel



Jun 28, 2:45 pm

Witness ‘disgusted’ by Trump’s attack on Pence

Cassidy Hutchinson said she was “disgusted” by President Trump’s Twitter post during the Capitol attack disparaging then-Vice President Mike Pence for not single-handedly rejecting Joe Biden’s electoral victory.

“Mike Pence didn’t have the courage to do what should have been done to protect our Country and our Constitution, giving States a chance to certify a corrected set of facts, not the fraudulent or inaccurate ones which they were asked to previously certify. USA demands the truth!” Trump tweeted.

Hutchinson recalled “feeling frustrated, disappointed, and really — it felt personal. I was really saddened. As an American, I was disgusted. It was unpatriotic. It was un-American.”

Matthew Pottinger, who was then serving as the deputy national security adviser, told the committee in previous testimony, it said, that he decided to quit because of what Trump said in that social media post.

“I read that tweet, and made a decision at that moment to resign,” Pottinger said. “That’s where I knew that I was leaving that day, once I read that tweet.”

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