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Exclusive: Mark Meadows Complied with agenda of the Ministry of Justice in Probe January 6


Former head of the White House of staff Mark Meadows completed with subpoena from a Justice Department investigation into events circa January 6, 2021, sources familiar with case tell CNN making him Trump’s highest rating official It is known that he responded to the subpoena in federal investigation.

The meadows have turned over same materials he provided the House Select Committee to Investigate the U.S. Capitol attack, one the source said, fulfilling obligations of the agenda of the Ministry of Justice, which was not previously reported.

Last year Meadows turned over thousands of text messages and emails to the House committee before it ended its cooperation. The texts he sent over between Election Day 2020 and Joe Biden’s inauguration, which was previously obtained by CNN, opened a window into his White House affairs, even though he withheld hundreds of messages referring to the executive privilege.

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In addition to Trump former main of employees, one of Meadows’ best deputies in White House, Ben Williamson also recently received grand jury summons, another familiar source with It is reported by CNN. This agenda was similar to what others in Trump Orbit received. He asked for testimonies and records relating to January 6 and attempts to cancel the 2020 elections. Williamson previously collaborated with Committee January 6th. He declined to comment on CNN.

Meadows compliance with Summons come as the DOJ revs up up his January 6 investigation, which now touches on almost every aspect of of former President Donald Trump’s efforts to undo his 2020 election defeat, including a fraudulent election conspiracy, efforts to make baseless allegations of electoral fraud, and how money flowed to support these various efforts, CNN reported this week.

Advocate for meadows declined comment. Justice Department did not respond to CNN inquiries for comment.

Federal investigators issued at least 30 subpoenas to individuals. with ties to Trump, including senior fundraising officials and former campaign operation.

As head of the White House of staff, Meadows was in middle of Trump’s attempts to cancel the election in two months between Election Day and Biden’s inauguration. Meadows reported with numerous officials who tried to find election fraud and pushed various schemes to try to cancel the election, according to text messages obtained by CNN, which Meadows turned over to the selection committee of the House of Representatives. meadows also shared baseless conspiracy theories with DOJ leaders when Trump tried to win DOJ support help in his desire to claim that the election was stolen From him.

After Meadows ended the collaboration with committee of the House of Representatives, Congress referred him to the Department of Justice for contempt of Congress. Ministry of Justice declined chase him for contempt for it year.

it’s not yet clear will the Department of Justice seek more materials from Meadows as part of current criminal investigation, which may lead to legal fight over executive privilege.

Next last month of FBI searches of Trump Florida Residence and Resort, Meadows aired over texts and emails to the National Archives that he had not previously addressed over from your time in administration, CNN previously reported. Last year Meadows spoke with Trump on the documents he brought to Mar-a-Lago, which are stored in the National Archives wanted returned.

Trump advised to cut contact with meadows and some of Trump’s lawyers believe that Meadows could also to be in scope of investigators and concerned he could become fact witness if pushed to cooperate, told CNN last month. However, Trump and Meadows spoke a few words. of times, according to a source familiar with their relationship.

Another source described their relationship as “not like it used to be”. in White House, but said they still maintain a relationship, even though Trump complained about Meadows to others.

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Tyler Hromadka
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