An aide’s account lifts lid on Trump’s presidential power grab
Last week’s testimony by Cassidy Hutchinson about the final days of Donald Trump’s presidency could be the smoking gun that leads to a criminal prosecution of him
Several historical parallels came to mind when Cassidy Hutchinson, a former White House aide, gave her riveting account of the final days of Donald Trump’s presidency. One was the testimony of Alexander Butterfield during the 1973 Watergate hearings. Butterfield, a deputy assistant to President Richard Nixon for four years, revealed the existence of a secret taping system within the White House, triggering a domino effect that led to Nixon’s resignation.
Another was Benito Mussolini’s March ...