Get access to our best features
Get access to our best features
Published 2 months ago

New book alleges Trump's ex-chief of staff's suits smelled 'like a bonfire' from burning papers

  • Mark Meadows, former chief of staff in Donald Trump's White House, allegedly burned papers in his office after the 2020 election, causing smoke and complaints from his wife about the smell of his suits.
  • A former aide, Cassidy Hutchinson, witnessed Meadows burning documents multiple times and expressed concern as it may have violated federal laws regarding presidential records. She also recounted how Meadows' wife asked her to stop lighting the fireplace due to the persistent bonfire smell on Meadows' suits.
  • Hutchinson also revealed in her book that Rudy Giuliani, Trump's lawyer, allegedly groped her backstage on January 6, running his hand on her thigh.
Insights by Ground AI
Does this summary seem wrong?

40 Articles

Think freely.Subscribe and get full access to Ground NewsSubscriptions start at $9.99/yearSubscribe

Bias Distribution

  • 51% of the sources are Center
54% Center

To view factuality data please Upgrade to Premium


To view ownership data please Upgrade to Vantage

Sources are mostly out of (0)