Enough by Cassidy Hutchinson
A Revealing Memoir of a Former White House Aide.
Cassidy Hutchinson’s memoir, “Enough,” published by Simon and Schuster in September 2023, is a compelling account of her experiences as a former White House aide. The book chronicles her rise from a blue-collar childhood in Pennington, New Jersey, to the very heart of American government.
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Hutchinson spent most of the Trump presidency working in the Office of Legislative Affairs and eventually became the de facto chief of staff to White House chief of staff, Mark Meadows, with whom she had an extremely close relationship. Her book details the events of January 6, 2021, as well as its aftermath, and highlights Hutchinson’s role as a key witness during the House Select Committee’s hearings on the attack on the U.S. Capitol.
“A compelling memoir by Virginia Hutchinson, detailing her experiences in the Trump White House, where she risked everything to expose powerful figures, showcasing her unwavering commitment to truth and integrity.”
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Hutchinson’s memoir has been a polarizing figure in American politics, with readers’ opinions largely divided along political lines. Depending on your politics, Hutchinson is either a brave and courageous woman who finally admitted the truth about the inner workings of the Trump White House or an ingrate in league with the likes of Liz Cheney, who lied to Congress to besmirch the reputation of former President Trump and his allies. Her book attempts to make the case that she is a hero, but the final analysis will likely depend on the politics of the reader.
Enough (2023) by Cassidy HutchinsonEnough (2023) by Cassidy Hutchinson
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