You read THAT RIGHT….
The President of the United States , when told his Vice President COULD be hung during the protest?
Seems to have supported it?
The account of Meadows’s comment characterizing Trump’s reaction to his vice president was provided to the committee by at least one witness, according to people familiar with the investigation — but those people did not describe the tone with which the comment was made. They spoke on the condition of anonymity to be more candid about a sensitive topic.
The development was first reported by the New York Times.
The committee declined to comment. In a statement, Trump claimed the probe was “just an extension of the Democrat smear campaign.” A spokesman for Meadows did not respond to a request for comment….
Meadows was in and out of the dining room off the Oval Office on the day of the attack and in Trump’s presence as the riot unfolded, according to testimony provided to the committee by former White House staffers who were in the West Wing that day.
The Washington Post previously reported that Trump vented to those around him about Pence as he watched on television as rioters besieged the Capitol. At 2:24 p.m., minutes after the vice president and his family were endangered by the pro-Trump mob and forced to flee the Senate chamber, Trump tweeted that Pence lacked “courage”….