On January 6, 2021, Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-Calif.), A member of the House Selection Committee investigating the parliamentary riots, said Friday before the meeting of former Trump White House adviser Pat Siporone. In the panel on Friday, which stated that it was consistent with the testimony of the Witnesses.
The meeting took place in a closed room, following an explosive public testimony from Cassidy Hutchinson, a former aide to former Trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows. Placed him as the central player In a behind-the-scenes drama at the White House on January 6th.
“Mr. Siporone appeared spontaneously and answered various questions. He was consistent with the testimony of other witnesses. And I think we learned a few things. Will be unfolded at the hearing of. “Lofgren I told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer..
“So I think it was a tough day for everyone involved — Mr. Siporone and his staff and members, but it was worth it.”
Blyzer asked if people could speculate that Siporone had confirmed the testimony provided by Hutchinson.
“Contradictory is not the same as confirming,” Lofgren said.
“He was wrong because he could say that, but he didn’t. Sometimes he wasn’t present and in some cases he couldn’t remember exactly. In my sense, I As he says, he appeared spontaneously. I think he was open to the committee. He paid attention to his answer, and I believe he was honest with his answer. “She said.
The house panel summoned him following the amazing testimony provided by Hutchinson.
In a conversation he had with him on the morning of the riot, Hutchinson emphasized that Mr. Trump should not be taken to the Capitol that day, and if Mr. Trump goes, he will be “accused of all possible crimes.” I warned.
Former Meadows aide also testified that Siporone urged Meadows to take action on January 6.
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