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'Simply no evidence' Donald Trump 'absurd' January 6 legal threats torn apart

The explosive testimony that took place on January 6 at the hearing claimed that DONALD TRUMP directed a broad-ranging effort to coerce the Justice Department into overturning the results of the 2020 election. As a result of this testimony, DONALD TRUMP and two of his closest aides are now facing the possibility of legal proceedings.


Simon Dolan, a political commentator in the United States, called the possibility of legal proceedings being brought against the former President of the United States and the claims that he tried to take part in the riot "absurd." Dolan also dismissed the possibility of legal proceedings being brought against the former President of the United States. Cassidy Hutchinson, who had previously worked as an adviser in the White House, provided testimony during the hearing in which she claimed that President Trump had ordered his supporters to converge on the Capitol.

Ms. Hutchinson claims that Mr. Trump was irritated by the fact that some of his followers did not enter the protected area during the Save America event that took place on January 6.


At the gathering, Donald Trump promised his fans that he will accompany them on their march to the capital, which may have served as an incentive for them to storm the building.


Surprisingly, Ms. Hutchinson said that Tony Ornato, an officer with the Secret Service and the deputy chief of staff, had told her that Mr. Trump had gotten into a physical argument with Secret Service members.


This was a rejoinder to the agents who had told Mr. Trump that he was not permitted to attend the event at the Capitol.


Doland A political specialist in the United States opines that legal challenges to Trump's actions on January 6 should not be pursued (Image: Getty Images )

It is alleged that Donald Trump was aware on January 6 that some of his followers possessed firearms (Image: Getty Images )

It was said that as Mr. Trump was riding in an SUV provided by the Secret Service, he attempted to take the steering wheel for himself and then lunged at the head of his security detail.


There were also allegations made by Ms. Hutchinson that former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani, who was working as Mr. Trump's attorney at the time, showed an interest in a preemptive presidential pardon in the aftermath of the disruptions that occurred on January 6.


There were allegations that Mr. Giuliani was aware of connections with far-right organizations such as the Oath Keepers and the Proud Boys, who were organizing disturbances on January 6.


Mark Meadows, who serves as Mr. Trump's chief of staff, was reportedly also curious about the possibility of a preemptive pardon.


During the hearings on January 6, Donald Trump engaged in a fight with members of the Secret Service. (Photograph courtesy of Getty Images)

At the hearings on January 6, Cassidy Hutchinson was seen giving her testimony (Image: Getty Images). )

Ms. Hutchinson's testimony, on the other hand, came under fire from Mr. Dolan, the author of Trump: The Hidden Halo.


It was asserted that there was "no evidence" to back the "absurd accusation" that Mr. Trump had a physical conflict with a member of the Secret Service, and it was argued that he did not urge his fans to conduct acts of violence.


He said: "As a result of the attack on the United States Capitol on January 6, 2021, Donald Trump and his two most trusted aides are now facing a greater risk of legal repercussions.


"During a special hearing on Thursday, former White House assistant Cassidy Hutchinson testified before the House Select Committee on January 6 about her involvement in "illegal" activity.


Hearings on January 6 were attended by Rudy Giuliani, who requested a preemptive pardon from the President. (Photograph by Getty Images) )

"There is just no evidence to support the claim that this took place. Hutchinson's testimony, which is increasingly coming under fire from all sides, made the absurd claim that Donald Trump, who is an older man, tried to wrest control of the Presidential Limo from the Secret Service Agents. This is one of the reasons why the testimony is coming under increasing fire from all sides.


"The Secret Service has provided evidence that thoroughly debunks this claim.


"What is known for certain is that President Donald Trump sent the following message via tweet on January 6 to his millions of followers:


"We really must have peace. So go home. You are one in a million, and we couldn't adore you more. We've seen what occurs, and you've seen how other people are treated in ways that are so terrible and so wicked.

"I am aware of how you are feeling. However, you should go home, and you should do it in peace."


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