Mark Meadows has been ordered to testify in the Fulton County, GA criminal investigation of Trump for violating election laws.
Mark Meadows vouched for what was in the files, only newspaper clippings, and personal stuff.
Former 1/6 Committee adviser Denver Riggleman said that texts from Mark Meadows were a treasure trove that provided a roadmap to the attempted coup.
Team Trump is desperate enough to have chosen a risky strategy, putting it all on Mark Meadows.
Alyssa Farah Griffin, who was White House Communications Director under Trump said that Mark Meadows told her not to resign and said that Trump wasn't leaving office.
Mark Meadows refuses to testify and according to a new report is tampering with 1/6 Committee witnesses.
Former Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows denied ever seeking a Trump pardon, but he is refusing to state his denial under oath.
According to witness Cassidy Hutchinson, both Mark Meadows and Rudy Giuliani have sought pardons for 1/6.
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows was warned about the possibility that Trump's 1/6 rally could turn violent, which means that Trump also knew.
North Carolina is not only investigating Mark Meadows for criminal election fraud, they have also kicked him off of the voter rolls.
Former Trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows is being investigated for criminal voter fraud in North Carolina.
Former federal prosecutor Barbara McQuade suggested that the DOJ hasn't charged Mark Meadows with contempt of Congress because they're eyeing bigger charges.
The final vote was 222-208 as only two House Republicans voted with Democrats to refer Mark Meadows for criminal prosecution.
Trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows put the National Guard on standby to protect Trump rioters, not the Capitol.
1/6 Committee Vice-Chair Liz Cheney said that the Committee has a number of interesting documents, including the texts from Mark Meadows' private cell phone.
Former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows is now refusing to sit for a deposition with the House Select Committee tasked with investigating the events of January 6. The move marks a reversal from an announcement last week that he would comply with the committee’s subpoena ordering him to appear.
The 1/6 Committee has announced that Mark Meadows has been cooperating with the Committee and will be deposed.
Former Trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows is so clearly afraid of getting locked up that he is trying to get his old boss to run for Speaker of the House.
Whether Trump accepts Joe Biden's victory is a moot point. On Jan. 20, 2021, he will be forced to leave the White House one way or another.
David Bossie, the man in charge of Donald Trump's frivolous election lawsuits, has tested positive for COVID-19.