Rudy Giuliani allegedly molested White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson shortly before the Jan. 6, 2021 riot at the Capitol, Hutchinson writes in a new book.
The book, titled “Enough,” describes Giuliani as acting “like a wolf closing in on its prey,” according to the Guardian, which obtained an advance copy.
“I feel his frozen fingers trail up my thigh,” Hutchinson writes. “He tilts his chin up. The whites of his eyes look jaundiced. My eyes dart to [Trump lawyer] John Eastman, who flashes a leering grin.”
“I fight against the tension in my muscles and recoil from Rudy’s grip … filled with rage, I storm through the tent.”
Hutchinson, 27, was an assistant to White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows during the last days of Donald Trump’s presidency. She was relatively unknown until her explosive testimony in front of the House Jan. 6 committee, in which she described unhinged actions by Trump on the day of the Capitol riot.
The alleged interaction with Giuliani, 79, was not part of her testimony. Hutchinson said she joined the former New York mayor backstage before Trump’s infamous “Stop the Steal” speech, which preceded the deadly riot.
“I find Rudy in the back of the tent with, among others, John Eastman,” Hutchinson writes. “I lower my eyes and watch his free hand reach for the hem of my blazer.”
“‘By the way,’ he says, fingering the fabric, ‘I’m loving this leather jacket on you.’ His hand slips under my blazer, then my skirt,” she continues, before describing the chilling touch of his fingers.
Giuliani did not immediately comment on Hutchinson’s book. He is currently facing a handful of legal problems, including his criminal racketeering case alongside Trump in Georgia and a lawsuit from his own attorneys claiming he never paid them.
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