Hope Hicks describes conversation with Trump in newly released video

Hope hicks describes conversation with trump in newly released video

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A new video clip played by the House select committee investigating the January 6 insurrection of the US Capitol shows Hope Hicks, who previously served as a top aide to former President Donald Trump, reference Trump’s baseless claims of election fraud. #ErinBurnett #CNN #News

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