Cassidy Hutchinson, who was an aide to former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows and therefore witness to many critical events and conversations, on Jan 6 and also in the days leading up to the Capitol riot, is expected to testify publicly on Tuesday before the select committee at 1 ET.

While Hutchinson has already been interviewed by the committee behind closed doors — we saw some clips during the hearings —  her live testimony promises to be revelatory.
The rush to hold the hearing — remember the panel had said it would not hold any more until July — underscores the importance of Hutchinson’s expected live testimony.
Three people familiar with the investigation told the Washington Post  the reason for the secrecy “is in part due to credible security threats to a witness.”

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