Meadows Betrays Trump During Testimony

Mark Meadows may very well be on his way to ditching Donald Trump in the 2020 Presidential Election. Mark first appeared before a grand jury and stated that he had informed the former president about his claims of an election fraud being baseless.



ABC News talked about the story citing unnamed sources. The news network shared information that Meadows testified against Trump for immunity. Trump currently faces indictment in Georgia for his attempts to overturn the election results in the state. ABC’s Jonathan Karl tweeted this detail on Tuesday.

Mark Meadows has testified before a grand jury in exchange for immunity — according to sources familiar with the former chief of staff’s conversations with the Special Counsel.

Meadows told prosecutors he he agreed the 2020 election was the most secure in American history and that he repeatedly told Trump in the weeks after the election that the allegations of significant voting fraud coming to them were turning out to be baseless.

Meadows has two felony counts in the Georgia under the state’s RICO statute. The case has been bought up by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis. According to Mediaite, CBS reporter Catherine Herridge has shared a statement from Meadows’ lawyer who disputed the ABC News report.

I told ABC that their story was largely inaccurate. People will have to judge for themselves the decision to run it anyway.’ George Terwilliger, Mark Meadows lawyer, to CBS News, responding to new reporting ‘Ex-Chief of Staff granted immunity, tells special counsel he warned Trump about 2020 claims: Sources.

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