Mark Mead­ows grant­ed immu­ni­ty in Trump DC elec­tion case: Report

Mark Meadows granted immunity in Trump DC election case: Report

Mark Mead­ows reached an immu­ni­ty deal with the Depart­ment of Jus­tice ahead of tes­ti­fy­ing before a fed­er­al grand jury this year in the case against for­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump relat­ed to the 2020 elec­tion, accord­ing to a report.
Mead­ows, Trump’s for­mer chief of staff, report­ed­ly tes­ti­fied that he informed Trump repeat­ed­ly after the elec­tion that alle­ga­tions of wide­spread vot­er fraud were base­less, accord­ing to ABC News, which cit­ed unnamed “sources famil­iar with the mat­ter.”
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The grand jury tes­ti­mo­ny was among at least three occa­sions that Mead­ows met with fed­er­al inves­ti­ga­tors this year, the out­let report­ed, not­ing Mead­ows also told the inves­ti­ga­tors that Trump’s dec­la­ra­tion on Nov. 3, 2020, that he had won the elec­tion was “dis­hon­est.”
The deal report­ed­ly pro­tect­ed Mead­ows from fed­er­al inves­ti­ga­tors using any­thing he said dur­ing his tes­ti­mo­ny against him.
Spe­cial coun­sel Jack Smith brought four felonies against Trump in August over alle­ga­tions he ille­gal­ly attempt­ed to over­turn the results of the 2020 elec­tion. Smith’s charges i …