Former Trump Aide Accuses Rudy Giuliani of Groping Her on Day of Capitol Attack: Why This Matters


It’s been almost four months since the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol on January 6th, and yet new information continues to come to light. The latest allegation is that Rudy Giuliani, former President Trump’s lawyer and confidante, groped former Trump aide Cassidy Hutchinson. In this blog post, we’ll take a deeper look into the allegation, what it means for Giuliani’s future, and the larger implications for the Trump administration.

Rudy Giuliani speaks from The Ellipse near the White House on January 6, 2021.

1. The Accusation

Cassidy Hutchinson worked as a special assistant to the President in the Trump administration and has accused Giuliani of inappropriately touching her on January 6th, the day of the Capitol attack. Hutchinson alleges that Giuliani reached up her skirt and touched her backside while they were waiting for a ride to another location. Hutchinson reported the incident to police.


2. Giuliani’s Denial

Giuliani has denied the allegations, stating that they’re “completely false,” and that he was simply adjusting his shirt after taking off his microphone. However, the accusation is not the first one against Giuliani. In 2019, he was accused of groping a woman at a hotel. He has also been criticized for his behavior towards women in general, including his conduct during the Borat movie.

Michael Ragusa shared photos of former President Donald Trump and Rudy Giuliani speaking to a crowd of supporters at Trump National Golf Club Bedminster on Monday. He has also shared a video of Giuliani speaking to the crowd of supporters.

3. Implications for Giuliani

The allegations against Giuliani have serious implications for his career and reputation. If found guilty, he could face legal consequences such as fines or imprisonment. He could also lose his license to practice law. Furthermore, the allegations are likely to damage his reputation, making it harder for him to find work and allies in the future.

4. Implications for the Trump Administration

The allegations against Giuliani also have significant implications for the Trump administration. They suggest a pattern of inappropriate behavior towards women that is consistent with the allegations against the former President himself. They also raise questions about the administration’s attitudes towards women and their treatment of female staff members.

Trump aide Cassidy Hutchinson says Rudy Giuliani groped her Jan. 6

5. The Importance of Speaking Out

Hutchinson’s brave decision to speak out about her alleged assault is crucial, as it helps to shine a light on the pervasive problem of sexual harassment and misconduct in American society. It sends a clear message that women will no longer tolerate being victimized or silenced by men in positions of power. Hutchinson’s courage may inspire other women to come forward and share their stories as well.


The allegations against Giuliani are just one example of the troubling behavior of the Trump administration towards women. Hutchinson’s decision to speak out is a reminder that sexual harassment and misconduct are unacceptable, and that those in positions of power must be held accountable for their actions. Let’s hope that this latest allegation leads to a larger conversation about how we can create a society that is safe and respectful for all women.