The ex-White House aide who dazzled Democrats with her lurid tales of ketchup “dripping down the wall” and then-President Donald J. Trump’s alleged near choking of a Secret Service agent during her turn as a star witness of the now-defunct January 6 committee is back with another headline-grabber, claiming that she was aggressively groped by Rudy Giuliani.
Cassidy Hutchinson, who was the top aide to former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows had pretty much disappeared after her 15 minutes of fame during the Nancy Pelosi – Liz Cheney spectacle that bombed with the public. But she is back in the headlines with a juicy excerpt from her upcoming tell-all book involving the former New York City mayor whom she claims got his hand under her skirt on the day of the so-called “insurrection” at the Capitol.
In the steamy sneak preview of “Enough” that was published by The Guardian, Hutchinson describes the former president’s attorney as “a wolf closing in on its prey” as he allegedly sought to have his way with her, which she claimed was witnessed by another Trump lawyer, John Eastman.
The book describes the alleged incident which she said took place backstage at Trump’s January 6, 2021 speech before the election protest spun badly out of control, and that Giuliani made his move, getting his hand “under my blazer, then my skirt” as the “leering” Eastman allegedly looked on.
So, why would Cassidy Hutchinson wait to make a public allegation against Rudy Giuliani until a few days before the publication of her book? https://t.co/fdcqggSdQ0
— Mark R. Levin (@marklevinshow) September 20, 2023
According to The Guardian, which received an advance copy of the book, Hutchinson wrote that on the fateful day, she “experience[d] anger, bewilderment, and a creeping sense of dread that something really horrible [was] going to happen.”
“I find Rudy in the back of the tent with, among others, John Eastman. The corners of his mouth split into a Cheshire cat smile. Waving a stack of documents, he moves towards me, like a wolf closing in on its prey,” she wrote, according to the excerpt. “‘We have the evidence. It’s all here. We’re going to pull this off.’ Rudy wraps one arm around my body, closing the space that was separating us. I feel his stack of documents press into the small of my back. I lower my eyes and watch his free hand reach for the hem of my blazer.”
“‘By the way,’ he says, fingering the fabric, ‘I’m loving this leather jacket on you.’ His hand slips under my blazer, then my skirt,” the outlet breathlessly reports.
“I feel his frozen fingers trail up my thigh,” Hutchinson writes. “He tilts his chin up. The whites of his eyes look jaundiced. My eyes dart to [Trump adviser] John Eastman, who flashes a leering grin…I fight against the tension in my muscles and recoil from Rudy’s grip … filled with rage, I storm through the tent, on yet another quest for Mark.”
The alleged molestation by Rudy may sell a lot of books but it likely won’t have quite the impact of her committee testimony when she told Liz Cheney and the gang about how Trump “lunged” at the wheel of the presidential limo”The Beast” and nearly choked out members of his Secret Service detail.
“I’m the F’ing President. Take me up to the Capitol now.” pic.twitter.com/LWg2sdFtTi
— January 6th Committee (@January6thCmte) June 28, 2022
Her testimony also feathered the attention-grabbing detail of “ketchup dripping down the wall” in the White House dining room after she claimed that an irate Trump hurled his lunch across the room.
“There was ketchup dripping down the wall.” Cassidy Hutchinson says then-President Donald Trump threw his lunch against a wall when he learned of an @AP article in which then-Attorney General William Barr said the DOJ had not found evidence of voter fraud. https://t.co/0WDFU8fj8E pic.twitter.com/A7LiiB8NAL
— The Associated Press (@AP) June 28, 2022
Trump rebutted Hutchinson’s wild tale, even mocking her account during a speech at the CPAC conference last year.
A Giuliani spokesperson reacted to the story, telling reporters, “It’s fair to ask Cassidy Hutchinson why she is just now coming out with these allegations from two and a half years ago, as part of the marketing campaign for her upcoming book release,” the Guardian reported.
“This is a disgusting lie against Mayor Rudy Giuliani – a man whose distinguished career in public service includes taking down the mafia, cleaning up New York City and comforting the nation following September 11,” the spokesperson said.
“Hutchinson was faced with a choice between loyalty to the Trump administration or loyalty to the country by revealing what she saw and heard in the attempt to overthrow a democratic election. She bravely came forward to become the pivotal witness in the House January 6 investigations, as her testimony transfixed and stunned the nation,” the Amazon description of “Enough” reads. “In her memoir, Hutchinson reveals the struggle between the pressures she confronted to toe the party line and the demands of the oath she swore to defend American democracy.”
Hutchinson figures to get lots of media attention with the accusations that Rudy groped her being a heckuva hook to build buzz for her tawdry tome.
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