Giuliani seeking a presidential pardon – along with Trump’s ex-White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows – was among the most explosive claims made during a largely jaw-dropping Tuesday hearing

Giuliani seeking a presidential pardon – along with Trump’s ex-White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows – was among the most explosive claims made during a largely jaw-dropping Tuesday hearing

Rudy Giuliani dismissed the January 6 committee on Wednesday after denying requesting his former client Donald Trump for a pardon in connection with the activities of January 6.

During a generally jaw-dropping session held by the panel on Tuesday, Giuliani’s request for a presidential pardon, along with that of Trump’s former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, was among the most explosive claims made.

Cassidy Hutchinson, a 25-year-old former assistant to Meadows who was present for multiple crucial discussions pertaining to the White House’s 2020 election plan, was the star witness for the lawmakers.

Hutchinson painted a picture of a White House in turmoil over the former president and a small faction of his allies looking to overturn the election results by any means necessary on January 6 while officials and others in Trump’s orbit kept them at bay in addition to testifying about Giuliani and Meadows’ requests for pardons.

Giuliani asserted to know individuals personally prepared to refute her claims and contrasted the nine-member, bipartisan committee to the legislators who looked into potential Russian government ties in the 2016 Trump campaign.

Once more, according to Giuliani, the January 6 Committee of “Russian Collusion” Liars encouraged perjury from Cassidy Hutchinson.

I made it clear to President Trump that I didn’t need or desire a pardon. Additionally, I have witnesses to support the claim that she and the Committee are lying once again.

On Wednesday, he followed up with the tweet, “The January 6 Witch Hunt Cabal has now outdone even its preceding frauds.” It has since been deleted.

“The final witness was a blatant lie.” She was never present when I requested a pardon, in contrast to her dishonest testimony, the disbarred lawyer claimed.

According to Hutchinson’s evidence, the former mayor of New York City had predicted January 6 as a “wonderful day” and stated Trump will be there that day in a “strong” show of force.

After around 20 hours of questioning behind closed doors, it was her first time appearing before the committee in public.

Hutchinson claimed Giuliani stated those things to her four days before the attack on the Capitol while she was leading him out of the Oval Office during a meeting.

He turned to face me and uttered something like, “Are you excited, Cass? The sixth will be a wonderful day “Hutchinson remembered.

Hutchinson claimed that Giuliani responded, “We’re heading to the Capitol,” when she questioned what he meant. It will be fantastic. The president will be present, and he will appear to be powerful.

He advised her to “speak to the chief about it” since “he knows about it,” referring to her employer.

She was apparently worried enough to bring up the “strange” talk with Meadows, according to Hutchinson.

There’s a lot going on, Cass, he reportedly replied in response. I don’t know, but on January 6th, things could get really, really terrible.

Hutchinson recalled, “That evening was the first time I remembered feeling afraid and wondering what could happen on January 6.”

Through his app Truth Social, Trump himself pounced on the 25-year-old former White House employee.

The former president called Hutchinson a “leaker,” “fake,” and a “bull—— artist” in a rant that started before her testimony was finished.

Additionally, he refuted her claims that he grabbed for an agent’s throat when he was stopped and tried to wrest control of his presidential vehicle from its driver.

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