Cas­sidy Hutchin­son sin­gles out three Repub­li­cans in denounc­ing House GOP as ‘com­plete dis­grace’

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Cassidy Hutchinson singles out three Republicans in denouncing House GOP as ‘complete disgrace’

For­mer White House aide Cas­sidy Hutchin­son bashed House Repub­li­cans as a “com­plete dis­grace,” sin­gling out three con­gress­men who have staunch­ly backed for­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump.
In an appear­ance on MSNBC’s Inside with Jen Psa­ki, Hutchin­son tar­get­ed Reps. Jim Jor­dan (R‑OH), Elise Ste­fanik (R‑NY), and Nan­cy Mace (R‑SC) and called them “enablers.” She claimed that they were lying to their con­stituents and were serv­ing as “loy­al foot sol­diers” of Trump.

Cas­sidy Hutchin­son dis­cuss­es her book “Enough” at The 92nd Street Y on Mon­day, Oct. 30, 2023, in New York. (Pho­to by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)

“It’s not just Jim Jor­dan. The entire House Repub­li­can con­fer­ence right now is a com­plete dis­grace, not only to the Repub­li­can Par­ty but to Amer­i­cans,” Hutchin­son said. “As impor­tant as it is to make sure that Don­ald Trump nev­er gets near the Oval Office again, we also need to focus on Con­gress and to make sure that every­body in Con­gress who has been an enabler of Don­ald Trump, peo­ple like Jim Jor­dan, peo­ple like Elise Ste­fanik and Nan­cy Mace, who have devot­ed their careers in this … part of Amer­i­can his­to­ry to becom­ing loy­al foot sol­diers of Don­ald Trump.”

Hutchin­son: The entire House Repub­li­can con­fer­ence is a com­plete dis­grace.. peo­ple like Jim Jor­dan, Elise Ste­fanik, Nan­cy Mace.. they are lying to their con­stituents and they do not deserve to serve in that body.
— Acyn (@Acyn) March 26, 2024

“They are lying to their con­stituents, and they do not deserve to serve in that body,” she added.
Hutchin­son emerged as one of the most high-pro­file wit­ness­es against Trump dur­ing the Jan. 6 Com­mit­tee hear­ings. Her out­spo­ken tes­ti­mo­ny land­ed the ire of Trump’s sup­port­ers, but it also helped her earn a book deal.
A House Repub­li­can report released ear­li­er this month cast doubt on much of Hutchinson’s tes­ti­mo­ny, find­ing the tes­ti­monies of oth­er staffers con­tra­dict­ed some of her asser­tions. Par­tic­u­lar­ly, it dis­missed the “sen­sa­tion­al sto­ry” Hutchin­son told under oath on sev­er­al occa­sions, alleg­ing that Trump tried to hijack the pres­i­den­tial lim­ou­sine to head toward the Capi­tol and join his sup­port­ers.