Trump allegedly attempted to call a witness on January 6; revealed

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An employee of the White House support staff has been identified as the witness that former President Donald Trump reportedly attempted to phone after the testimony of former Mark Meadows staffer Cassidy Hutchinson at a House hearing on January 6.

Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) highlighted Trump’s attempts to get in touch with the witness in a statement at the conclusion of the hearing on Tuesday. The person’s name was kept private, but Cheney claimed that after the committee’s last session on June 28, Trump attempted to phone the person.

It was assumed that the person was a witness who could corroborate certain details of Hutchinson’s statement. The witness didn’t pick up the phone, so their lawyer received it right away and “provided that information to the Department of Justice,” according to Cheney.

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The person “was concerned about the interaction” since they would not typically have interacted with the former president, according to CNN. “The position of the witness Trump tried to contact, but not the person’s name,” sources told CNN.

It was assumed that the person was a witness who could corroborate certain details of Hutchinson’s statement. The witness didn’t pick up the phone, so their lawyer received it right away and “provided that information to the Department of Justice,” according to Cheney.

The person “was concerned about the interaction” since they would not typically have interacted with the former president, according to CNN. “The position of the witness Trump tried to contact, but not the person’s name,” sources told CNN.

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