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President Trump Has Choice Words For “Coward” Meadows After Immunity Deal

On Tuesday, it was revealed that former Trump White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows was granted immunity by special counsel Jack Smith.

Since then, he has met with federal prosecutors multiple times in their investigation into the efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election.

According to ABC News, Meadows told investigators he did not believe the election was stolen and that Trump was being “dishonest” in claiming victory shortly after polls closed in 2020.

Meadows met with Smith’s team at least three times this year, with the prosecutors focused on his conversations with Trump following the election defeat.

From ABC News:

Sources said Meadows informed Smith’s team that he repeatedly told Trump in the weeks after the 2020 presidential election that the allegations of significant voting fraud coming to them were baseless, a striking break from Trump’s prolific rhetoric regarding the election.

According to the sources, Meadows also told the federal 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.

“Obviously we didn’t win,” a source quoted Meadows as telling Smith’s team in hindsight.

Trump has called Meadows, one of the former president’s closest and highest-ranking aides in the White House, a “special friend” and “a great chief of staff — as good as it gets.”

The descriptions of what Meadows allegedly told investigators shed further light on the evidence Smith’s team has amassed as it prosecutes Trump for allegedly trying to unlawfully retain power and “spread lies” about the 2020 election. The descriptions also expose how far Trump loyalists like Meadows have gone to support and defend Trump.

Shortly after the news broke, President Trump responded on Truth Social.

Trump said he doesn’t believe Meadows would turn on him, but noted that his former chief of staff has been threatened with prosecution and might be tempted by an immunity agreement.

Before his appearance in court on Wednesday, Trump once again said he believes Meadows probably agreed to testify because he was being threatened with jail time by the prosecutor.

While the terms of the immunity deal Meadows received haven’t been revealed, similar deals traditionally allow a person with knowledge about an ongoing investigation immunity from prosecution if they cooperate fully with investigators.

In most cases, they are compelled to give testimony under oath.

2024 Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie told reporters that Meadows getting immunity from the prosecutor means trouble for President Trump.


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