Former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson, who became a star witness in the Select Committee on Jan. 6 show trials, continued to work for former President Donald Trump nine weeks after he left office.
Hutchinson, according to government documents published by Business Insider, worked as a “coordinator” in Trump’s taxpayer-funded post-presidential office from about Jan. 20, 2021, when the Biden presidency began, to April 1, 2021. Records from the General Services Administration show the low-level aid was raking in what would amount to an annual salary of $90,000.
The post-presidential employment lasting months after the Jan. 6 riot stands in stark contrast to the narrative Hutchinson presented to lawmakers in June. Speaking before the select committee, Hutchinson said she was “disgusted” by White House actions