Cassidy Hutchinson says Donald Trump represents the gravest threat to American democracy
Former White House aide raises her hand calling for disqualifying the New York mogul from any election because he violated the Constitution
Cassidy Hutchinson, former senior aide to White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows during Donald Trump’s tenure as president, is convinced that the current Republican challenger should be disqualified from any kind of election due to the violations of the Constitution he was immersed in, making him the gravest threat to the nation’s democracy.
During an interview granted to CNN news network, the woman who recently published the book “Enough”, where, among other things, she accuses Rudy Giuliani of having put his hand between her legs, referred to the possibility of Trump returning to govern the country.
“I believe Donald Trump is the most serious threat we will face to our democracy in our lifetime, and potentially in the history of the United States.
The charges currently facing Donald Trump to me are disqualifying. He should be disqualified from being president of the United States,” he said.
Hutchinson also urged the voting-age citizenry to reflect on the implications of electing the 77-year-old New Yorker who along with at least 18 others were already on file in a Georgia jail and with court cases pending.
“We have to think: What would a second Trump term look like? Would these be the people running the government, the people currently facing indictments? Who would work for Donald Trump in the second term? That’s the question we have to ask ourselves or ask ourselves heading into this election season,” he stressed.
Although she is now clear about the blunders made by Trump to try to stay in power, the former White House aide acknowledges having felt admiration for the tycoon.
“If I’m completely honest and frank, I still felt that loyalty to him at the end of the administration,” she expressed.
According to the results of most polls, Donald Trump not only looks like the strongest contender for the Republican nomination, but he could also defeat Joe Biden by a close margin.