Top takeaways From Jan. 6 ‘Surprise Witness’ Cassidy Hutchinson’s Testimony

NBC News published this video item, entitled “Top takeaways From Jan. 6 ‘Surprise Witness’ Cassidy Hutchinson’s Testimony” – below is their description.

Cassidy Hutchinson, a former aide to former Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, is the star witness of Tuesday’s surprise hearing from the Jan. 6th Committee. NBC News Reporter Julie Tsirkin, former FBI Senior Official Chuck Rosenberg and NBC News Contributor Carol Leonning dive into how Hutchinson is the “connective tissue” into learning what the former president did on Jan. 6th.

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