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Mark Meadows Granted Immunity In Criminal Case Against Trump

via 6abc Philadelphia
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Former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows reportedly received protection from Special Counsel Jack Smith in exchange for testifying against former President Donald Trump in the federal case regarding the 2020 election.

Meadows allegedly informed investigators that Trump repeatedly lied about winning the election and that claims of widespread voter fraud were false.

Meadows also revealed that Trump called Rep. Kevin McCarthy during the Capitol riot and said, “I guess these people are more upset than you are.”

“Obviously we didn’t win,” Meadows told federal investigators.

Meadows talked to the special counsel’s team at least three times in the past year.

Trump pleaded not guilty to a four-count indictment from the Justice Department.

Meadows has not been charged by Smith but is facing charges in Georgia for allegedly attempting to change the election results.

Meadows is also being charged with asking a public servant to break their oath of office.

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