‘Bombshells’ dropped in January 6 Hearings make it harder to defend Donald Trump’s actions ahead of Capitol Hill riots

Following the “bombshells” that were dropped in the January 6 Hearings it is harder to defend Donald Trump against claims he “did anything illegal or criminal”, writes former chief of staff Mick Mulvaney.

I resigned from the Trump Administration on January 6. I did so because I thought the President failed to be the leader the nation needed at one of its most critical moments.

But I have defended him ever since against claims that he did anything illegal or criminal.  To the allegations that he incited the riots at the Capitol, I pointed out that he had given similar speeches in the past…

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