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Former Chief Of Staff Mark Meadows Granted Immunity To Testify To Special Counsel In Federal Election Subversion Probe

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According to an ABC News report, Trump is also accused by the special counsel of illegally retaining sensitive papers at his home after leaving the White House. In front of the grand jury, Mark Meadows was also questioned over Trump’s handling of sensitive material; however, it is unclear if his agreement with prosecutors extends to the probe of classified papers.

Meadows was also questioned over Trump’s response to the disturbance at the US Capitol on January 6, 2021. Throughout his testimony, Meadows confirmed reports that Trump hesitated to urge his followers to desist from using violence, even going so far as to say to House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, “I guess these people are more upset than you are,” at one point.

Meadows told investigators that he didn’t think the election was rigged and that Trump was being “dishonest” when he declared victory soon after the polls closed in 2020.

According to ABC, Meadows met with Smith’s team at least three times this year, and the prosecution concentrated on his interactions with Trump after the election loss.

In the special counsel’s inquiry into the events around January 6, this agreement is the first to be made public.

The specifics of Meadows’ agreement with prosecutors are unclear, but agreements of this kind typically shield anyone with knowledge of an active investigation from legal action if they fully assist investigators, including by providing testimony under oath.

Meadows was questioned over attempts to rig the election and Trump’s handling of classified documents during his testimony before a federal grand jury.

Trump has entered a not guilty plea to charges pertaining to purported attempts to tamper with the election results.

Trump is also accused by the special counsel of illegally retaining sensitive papers at his home after leaving the White House. In front of the grand jury, Meadows was also questioned over Trump’s handling of sensitive material; however, it is unclear if his agreement with prosecutors extends to the probe of classified papers.

According to ABC, Meadows was also questioned over Trump’s response to the disturbance at the US Capitol on January 6, 2021. Throughout his testimony, Meadows confirmed reports that Trump hesitated to urge his followers to desist from using violence, even going so far as to say to House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, “I guess these people are more upset than you are,” at one point.

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