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Tuesday, September 26, 2023



Former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson has just released her new book, "Enough," and it's a doozy. In it, she exposes the desperate duplicity of the Trump administration and their stormtroopers in the Oval Office. Cassidy pulls no punches as she calls out Trump and his cronies for what they are: conniving cowards plotting the overthrow of democracy.

According to Hutchinson, Trump is gearing up to run for president again in 2024, despite almost destroying democracy in one day during the January 6 attack on the US Capitol. She warns that the Republican party is facing a "make-or-break moment" over whether to nominate him for the race. If they aren't willing to split with Trump, they are in serious trouble.

But that's not all. In "Enough," Cassidy reveals even more chaos and lawlessness in the Trump White House. She describes President Donald Trump lashing out unpredictably, Chief of Staff Mark Meadows leaking classified documents, and Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani inappropriately touching Hutchinson on the day of the Capitol insurrection. 

But perhaps the most shocking revelation in "Enough" is that Meadows burned so many documents in his fireplace during the final days of the Trump presidency that his wife complained about the expensive dry-cleaning bills to remove the smell from his suits. Talk about a smoking gun!

Hutchinson also exposes the administration's paranoia, which led Meadows and others to refuse to dispose of daily litter in "burn bags" for fear someone from the "deep state" might intercept the contents. This paranoia even extended to the day when Meadows met with Republican Rep. Scott Perry, after which he allegedly discarded papers in a White House fireplace as part of a larger exploration of how to keep Donald Trump in power despite his defeat.

And let's not forget about Hutchinson's alleged romantic dalliance with far-right Republican US congressman Matt Gaetz. He claimed they had dated, but she set the record straight, stating that she had higher standards in men. Ouch!

In her interview with Rachel Maddow, Hutchinson criticized Gaetz for being more concerned with sound bites than passing legislation. It seems like Gaetz is more interested in making headlines than making a difference.

All in all, "Enough" is a must-read for anyone who wants to know what really went on behind closed doors in the Trump White House. Cassidy Hutchinson has bravely exposed the truth, and it's not pretty. But at least we can laugh about it...right?

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