Former White House Communications Director Hope Hicks just confessed under oath. What she said in a private meeting with members of Congress is earth-shaking. It’s over.
Hicks told the House Judiciary Committee, which is chaired by Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY), a radical, anti-Trump liberal, that she only told “white lies” and was “never … asked to lie about matters of substance or consequence.”
The “white lies,” she said, were simply about the president’s schedule — which is a protected matter in the first place. The president isn’t obligated to meet with anyone or disclose his availability.
Hicks was also asked if Trump ever requested that someone lie on his behalf during the campaign. “Not that I can recall,” she responded, likely angering Democrats further.
Here’s the real confession: Rep. Nadler and the Democrats are political grandstanders who attempted to humiliate a former Trump staffer. In reality, she turned the tables on this witch-hunt and gave them nothing to work with.
Trump defended Hicks on Twitter during the process. “So sad that the Democrats are putting wonderful Hope Hicks through hell, for 3 years now, after total exoneration by Robert Mueller & the Mueller Report,” he wrote.
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