On January 6, 2021, when supporters of US President Donald Trump gather on the west side of the US Capitol in Washington, DC, a rope can be seen on the makeshift gallows.
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Former president Donald Trump White House aides heard supporters chanting “hang Mike Pence” in the Capitol riots on January 6. Weeks surrounding the attack.
The remark that drops the chin is 6th Inquiry by House Selection Committee Investigating a riot in the US Capitol by a violent Trump mob on January 6, 2021.
Former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows’ White House Chief of Staff, Cassidy Hutchinson, talks about his experience witnessing Meadows and another White House adviser, Pat Cipollone, when the riots broke out. We talked about Trump’s reaction.
At the White House, Siporon testified to Meadows, “The riots have arrived at the Capitol, Mark. We now need to go see the President.”
Meadows replied, “He doesn’t want to do anything, Pat,” Hutchinson said.
Siporon counterattacked and had to do something essentially, or said, “People will die and blood will fall into your hands.”
Both Meadows and Cipollone walked towards the cafeteria in the Oval Office. Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, and then called for Meadows, Hutchinson testified. She said she went to the dining room and handed the phone to Meadows. Meadows answered the phone with the door half-opened. Hutchinson said he was able to hear a conversation in the background about the “Hang Mike Pence” chant that occurred during some of the riots.
Hutchinson said she returned to her desk and Meadows and Siporon appeared a few minutes later.
“I remember Pat saying something to the effect,” Mark, I need to do something more. They literally ask the Vice President to strangle, “Hutchinson testified.
“Mark responded to the effect,’Pat, I heard him. He thinks Mike deserves it. He doesn’t think they’re doing anything wrong.'” Hutchinson said.
“I understand that the Vice President is a parliamentary rioter advocating being hanged,” she told the Commission.
Trump, who was responding to Hutchinson’s testimony in real time on the social media platform Truth Social, was angry and blamed following her memories from within the White House.
“I never said,’Mike Pence deserves (hangs),'” Trump wrote. “Another person made a statement by a third-rate social mountaineer!”
Hutchinson’s lawyer said in a statement to NBC News that a former White House aide “did not seek the attention of today’s testimony, but to provide the Commission with a true and candid view of the case. I believe in duty and responsibility. ” Around January 6th. “
“Mr. Hutchinson believes that January 6th was a terrifying day for the country, and not repeating it is essential for the future of our democracy,” said Jody, her adviser to law firm Alston and Bird. Read the statements from Hunt and William Jordan.