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Trump's Rage, Inaction Cited at Jan. 6 Surprise Hearing

The star witness at the latest Congressional Jan. 6 hearing, Cassidy Hutchinson revealed that former President Donald Trump knew some protestors were armed and grew irate when he wasn't allowed to join them on Capitol Hill. An aide to former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, Hutchinson provided evidence that the president denied repeated and urgent requests to call off the mob ransacking the Capitol. Learn more about the revelations and the ongoing probe.

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    Ex-White House Aide Is Star Witness at Latest Jan. 6 Hearing

    Former aide: Trump was told protesters had weapons on Jan. 6

    Former aide: Trump was told protesters had weapons on Jan. 6

    Cassidy Hutchinson, a key aide in Donald Trump’s White House, told the House committee investigating the violent Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection on Tuesday that Trump was informed that the supporters he addressed that morning had weapons but he told officials to “let my people in” and march to the Capitol.

    READ: The Meadows text messages from January 6

    READ: The Meadows text messages from January 6

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    CNN has obtained 2,319 text messages that former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows handed over to the January 6 committee that were sent and received between Election Day 2020 and President Joe Biden's inauguration, including more than 150 on January 6.

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