Reports indicate Secret Service may refute Hutchinson’s claim that Trump eyed the wheel of a limousine on Jan. 6 – The Published Reporter®

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WASHINGTON, DC — After Cassidy Hutchinson — the former senior adviser to Trump’s White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows — testified on Tuesday that former President Donald Trump wrestled with Secret Service agents in an attempt to target his limo at the riots that took place in the US Capitol on Jan. 6, the two agents in question could be ready to publicly refute Hutchinson’s claims.

NBC News Chief White House Correspondent Peter Alexander the story tweeted on Tuesday, saying that “sources” indicate that the agents are ready to tell their story during the ongoing House hearings on Jan. 6.

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“A source close to the Secret Service tells me that both Bobby Engel, the senior agent, and the presidential limousine/SUV driver are willing to testify under oath that neither man was attacked and that Mr. Trump never got to the wheel. jumped,” says Alexander. said

ABC News executive producer John Santucci followed with: your own tweetwhich seemingly confirms NBC’s earlier report.


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Hutchinson had previously testified on Tuesday that she had been told by Secret Service official Tony Ornato that, following his January 6 meeting in Washington DC ahead of the Capitol riots, he had told those in attendance that he would join them. join in the Capitol while Congress confirmed the votes of the Electoral College for the winner of the election, Joe Biden.

However, as he sat in his presidential limousine, Hutchinson claimed that Trump became enraged and combative when the Secret Service refused to take him there, insisting instead that the president return to the White House. From there, it was alleged that Trump physically tried to grab the steering wheel of the limousine and had to be physically restrained.

‘I’m the damn president! Take me to the Capitol now,” Hutchinson told Trump.

“Sir, you must take your hand off the wheel,” one of the officers is said to have replied. “We’re going back to the West Wing. We’re not going to the Capitol.”

In a statement, the Secret Service said it would be willing to cooperate with the House investigation.

“The U.S. Secret Service has been working with the Select Committee since its inception in the spring of 2021 and will continue to do so, including by formally responding to the committee regarding the new allegations raised in today’s testimony. the agency said.

Shortly after Hutchinson’s live testimony on Tuesday, Trump expressed his anger on his Truth Social platform, claiming he did not know the former aide and insinuating that she was bitter about not being offered a post-presidency job.

“I hardly know who this person, Cassidy Hutchinson, is, except that I’ve heard very negative things about her (a total fake and ‘leaker’), and when she asked to go to Florida with certain others on the team after I served a full term in office, I personally declined her request,” Trump wrote. “Why did she want to join us if she hated us so much? I understand she was very upset and angry because I didn’t want her to go, or a was a member of the team. She’s bad news!”

Some commentators have dismissed Hutchinson’s claims as: “hearsay”, but former deputy press secretary to Trump Sarah Matthews tweeted that she believed her testimony.

“Anyone who downplays the role of Cassidy Hutchinson or her access to the West Wing does not understand how the Trump WH worked or is trying to discredit her because they fear how damning this testimony is,” Matthews tweeted.

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