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Mark Meadows Granted Immunity In Justice Department Case Against Trump: Reports

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Mark Meadows Granted Immunity In Justice Department Case Against Trump: Reports
Mark Meadows

Mark Meadows, former President Donald Trump’s chief of staff, has reportedly been granted immunity to testify under oath in the Department of Justice case against Trump and his allies regarding their efforts to overturn the 2020 election.

Meadows had spoken with special counsel Jack Smith’s team at least three times this year — including before a federal grand jury, which occurred only after the Republican was given immunity, ABC News reported Tuesday, citing “sources familiar with the matter.” Bloomberg later confirmed the report.

According to the reports, Meadows told prosecutors that he repeatedly warned Trump in the weeks after the 2020 election that allegations of voter fraud in the presidential race were unsubstantiated. Trump claimed, despite heaping evidence showing otherwise, that the election was fraudulent and that he was the rightful winner, not Democrat Joe Biden. Meadows was one of many Trump loyalists who publicly backed his tirades at the time.

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