Former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows shocked a lot of people, including President Trump, when it was revealed that he has an immunity deal that he plans on testifying against Trump.
BREAKING: on the way into the courtroom this morning, Donald Trump was asked about the reported immunity deal that Mark Meadows signed with prosecutors.
To me, Trump, in this video, seems to imply that prosecutors threatened Meadows with 10 years in prison if he didn’t… pic.twitter.com/khBT6uP29W
— Ed Krassenstein (@EdKrassen) October 25, 2023
None of this makes any sense whatsoever. It's being "reported" by ABC news took an immunity deal to snitch against President Trump and that he now says that the 2020 election was the safest election in history. Some are saying he was wearing a wire and… pic.twitter.com/Wk5FYOm75K
— DailyNoah.com (@DailyNoahNews) October 26, 2023
Even though he is obviously trying to save his own skin with the deal, it is going to bite him somewhere else, in his wallet.
On Friday, it was revealed that All Seasons Press, the publisher of Mark Meadows’ book, is suing him.
— The Hill (@thehill) November 3, 2023
The publisher argued in court filings Friday morning that he violated an agreement with them by including false statements about former President Trump’s claims surrounding the 2020 election.
From The Hill:
“Meadows, the former White House Chief of Staff under President Donald J. Trump, promised and represented that ‘all statements contained in the Work are true and based on reasonable research for accuracy’ and that he ‘has not made any misrepresentations to the Publisher about the Work,’” the publishing company writes in its suit, filed in court in Sarasota County, Fla.
“Meadows breached those warranties causing ASP to suffer significant monetary and reputational damage when the media widely reported … that he warned President Trump against claiming that election fraud corrupted the electoral votes cast in the 2020 Presidential Election and that neither he nor former President Trump actually believed such claims.”
Meadows’s book, “The Chief’s Chief,” was published in 2021 and spends ample time reflecting on the election.
“Meadows’ reported statements to the Special Prosecutor and/or his staff and his reported grand jury testimony squarely contradict the statements in his Book, one central theme of which is that President Trump was the true winner of the 2020 Presidential Election and that election was ‘stolen’ and ‘rigged’ with the help from ‘allies in the liberal media,’ who ignored ‘actual evidence of fraud,’” the company writes in the filing.
According to Meadows’s testimony, as reported by ABC News, Trump was being “dishonest” with voters when he claimed victory on election night. ABC reported that Meadows admitted Trump lost the election when questioned by prosecutors.
He also told prosecutors he has yet to see any fraud in the 2020 election that would shift Trump’s loss to President Biden, ABC reported.
All Seasons Press is asking for the $350,000 it paid Meadows as an advance, $600,000 in out-of-pocket damages, and at least $1 million each for reputational damage suffered by the company.
Even though I don’t have any sympathy for the publisher, it’s good to know that karma is still alive and well.