Cassidy Hutchinson, who previously served as an aide to Mark Meadows, the former White House chief of staff under President Donald Trump, has recently published a book that presents a highly critical portrayal of the chaotic final days of the outgoing administration.
Titled "Enough," the book was made available to the public on Tuesday and provides new insights into the conduct of top officials such as Meadows, Trump's former lawyer Rudy Giuliani, and others within their circle. Hutchinson, who testified during the House select committee's public hearings on the events surrounding the Capitol insurrection on January 6, 2021, offers detailed accounts of their behavior.
Here are five revelations from the book:
1. Hutchinson alleges that Giuliani groped her at Trump's January 6 rally. According to her account, Giuliani approached her in a backstage tent and made inappropriate physical advances. Giuliani has vehemently denied these allegations.
2. Hutchinson describes Meadows burning a significant amount of paperwork, to the extent that his wife commented that his suits now smelled like a bonfire.
These revelations shed light on the tumultuous atmosphere and questionable conduct within the Trump administration during its final days.