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  • Writer's pictureJanuary 6th News

Mark Meadows Granted Immunity in Federal Investigation in Exchange for His Testimony

Former President Donald Trump's White House chief of staff, Mark Meadows, has been granted immunity in exchange for his testimony in the federal investigation into 2020 election interference by Trump and his allies.

Mark Meadows
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Reports indicate Meadows has agreed to testify about the weeks following the 2020 election, leading up to the January 6th Capitol attack. His agreement to testify came after special counsel Jack Smith granted Meadows immunity to testify under oath.


These same reports indicate Meadows recently testified that he repeatedly told Trump in the weeks after the 2020 presidential election that the allegations of significant voting fraud were “baseless.” Meadows also told investigators Trump was being dishonest with the public when he first claimed to have won the election only hours after polls closed on Nov. 3, 2020, before final results were in. One source quoted Meadows as saying “obviously” Trump “didn’t win” that election.



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