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Former Trump White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson collaborates with DOJ Probe

Degree of that cooperation is not clear.

Ministry of Justice declined to comment. Advocate for Hutchinson did not respond to a request. for comment.

criminal investigation at the US Capitol attack on January 6, 2021 and attempts to disrupt the transfer of power between the Trump and Biden administrations is the widest in ministries of justice history.

The agency has already brought two of Pence’s top aides in front of federal grand jury, and move which signals that his probe got inside former The White House of President Donald Trump and what investigators are looking into behavior directly related to the attempts by Trump and his closest allies to cancel the 2020 elections.

Hutchinson is actively collaborating with investigation by a special committee of the House of Representatives attack on US Capitol, occupied for four readings behind closed doors. She showed how Trump and his inner circle have been warned of a possible for violence on January 6 and how Trump wanted to join crowds of his supporters in the Capitol.

Her testimony bolstered the case the committee was aiming for: that Trump instigated the uprising and supported it as part of the of desperate power seize to steal second term and that many of his top advisers considered his schemes to be illegal.
The Ministry of Justice has also reached out To other Trump White House officials regarding the Capitol attack, Alyssa Farah Griffin said. former White House Communications director during the Trump administration.

Farah Griffin, now a CNN politician commentator, said CNN’s John Berman on On Wednesday, the Justice Department did not contact her, but she “knew of other White House officials who have been achieved out Ministry of Justice and plan to cooperate.”

“I don’t want get ahead of of their announcements but I think you could piece it together based on on who testified before the committee on 6 January. Again, these are not — these are separate but separate investigations, and I think the DOJ is following them. on who comes before January 6 and who might be helpful information,” she said.

This story was updated with additional information Wednesday.

CNN’s Chandelis Duster, Marshall Cohen, Zachary Cohen, and Alex Rogers contributed to this report.

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