Trump Faces Accusations of ‘Threatening’ Meadows After ABC News, Says Special Counsel

Former President Donald Trump is facing allegations from special counsel Jack Smith’s team regarding his purported threats against his former chief of staff, Mark Meadows. This development follows an ABC News report, which shed light on Meadows’ statements to investigators about the 2020 presidential election. According to sources, Meadows repeatedly informed Trump that the claims of widespread election fraud were unfounded in the weeks following the election.

Granted Immunity

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Interestingly, the ABC News report disclosed that Meadows had been granted a form of immunity, safeguarding him from potential legal repercussions for the information he provided to the grand jury in March, prior to Trump’s indictment in Washington.

In response to the ABC News report, Trump took to his social media platform, Truth Social, expressing skepticism about Meadows lying for immunity but suggesting that some individuals might make such deals. These recent developments have intensified the scrutiny surrounding the events following the 2020 election and the actions of key figures within the Trump administration.


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In a filing to U.S. District Court Judge Tanya Chutkan overseeing Trump’s federal election interference case in Washington, Smith’s team denounced Trump’s recent post on Truth Social as “harmful.” They contended that Trump’s message, labeling certain individuals as “weaklings and cowards” and as a detriment to the nation’s future, was a deliberate attempt to convey a threatening message to a potential witness in the case.

Utilizing External Influences

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In their filing, Jack Smith’s legal team argued that Trump is presently attempting to “utilize external influences to distort the trial in his favor.” They contended that such actions, particularly when directed at witnesses and trial participants, pose a severe threat to the concept of a fair trial based on facts and the law.

Trump’s history of using his public platform to launch disparaging and incendiary comments at perceived adversaries was highlighted by Smith’s team. They noted that when the defendant engages in such behavior, harassment, threats, and intimidation typically follow suit.

The former president has frequently employed language that questions the sanity of Jack Smith.

Gag Order

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Judge Tanya Chutkan had imposed a limited gag order at the start of the week, preventing Trump and anyone involved in the case from publicly attacking Smith, his legal team, court staff, or potential witnesses. However, this order still allowed Trump to assert his innocence, claim political motivation in his prosecution, criticize political opponents, and express various criticisms of institutions and individuals, including the Department of Justice and the incumbent president, as outlined in Smith’s team’s Wednesday filing. This legal saga raises important questions about the boundaries of free speech and fair trial principles in high-profile cases.

Ongoing Legal Battle

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Smith’s legal team emphasized that this alleged threat is just another instance illustrating the necessity for a limited gag order in the ongoing case. They urged Judge Chutkan to implement such an order promptly. Notably, Chutkan had initially imposed a gag order last week, but it was temporarily suspended after Trump’s legal team appealed the decision to a higher court. The ongoing legal battle raises significant questions about the boundaries of free speech and legal proceedings in high-profile cases.

ABC News reported on Tuesday, citing sources familiar with the matter, that earlier this year, Mark Meadows admitted to investigators that, despite public statements to the contrary, he never witnessed any evidence of election fraud that could have altered the 2020 presidential election’s outcome. Meadows also expressed his belief that the election was the most secure in U.S. history.

Trump Throws His Own Son Under The Bus In Effort To Evade Jail Time

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Donald Trump has dragged many people down a bad path with him, landing many of his cronies, colleagues, and underlings into legal trouble with him. Unfortunately for them, it seems their loyalty to him isn’t being repaid. 

Even his own children are being thrown under the bus while Trump looks to save his skin.

Trump Throws His Own Son Under the Bus in Effort To Evade Jail Time

Alleged Bribery Scheme Could Be The Nail In The Coffin For Trump

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AOC Claps Back At Marjorie Taylor Greene On TWITTER, “In Case You Forgot, We Sit On The Same Committee”

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Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez,(D-NY), known as AOC, and Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), known as MTG, sit on opposite sides of the aisle, and they are both known for being outspoken for their particular political parties.

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Trump Brags About Not Testifying In January 6th Investigation, “What Are The CONSEQUENCES?”

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Former President Trump took to Truth Social to brag about not having to testify in the January 6th investigation.

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MAGA “Family-Values” Congresswoman Lauren Boebert Files For Divorce From Her Husband

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Lauren Boebert, one of the U.S. Representatives for Colorado, who has become notorious for her right-wing rhetoric and her MAGA allegiances, has filed for divorce from her husband. They have been married for almost two decades and have four children.

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