Two former White House aides say top Secret Service official may be lying to protect Trump

Two former White House aides say top Secret Service official may be lying to protect Trump

Donald Trump’s former deputy chief of staff is disputing explosive testimony that the former president tried to grab the wheel of the presidential limo on Jan. 6 to join protestors at the Capitol.

  • Train Trump helps Cassidy Hutchinson testified Trump tried to steer the limo to the Capitol Jan. 6.
  • Secret Service official Tony Ornato disputed her claim that Trump tried to grab the steering wheel.
  • Train Trump aides Olivia Troye and Alyssa Farah Griffin say Ornato has a history of lying for Trump.

Two former Trump White House aides are accusing a top Secret Service official and key defender of the then-president’s actions during the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection of being a political loyalist with a history of lying.

Former aides Olivia Troye and Alyssa Farah Griffin have criticized the Secret Service official, Anthony Ornato, amid reports he is disputing that an angry Donald Trump grabbed the steering wheel of his presidential SUV limousine and lunged at a Secret Service agent in the front seat that day . Those explosive allegations were leveled last week by another ex-Trump aide, Cassidy Hutchinson, before the Select Committee investigating the Capitol attack.

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