Trump’s Former Chief Of Staff, Mark Meadows, Agrees To Cooperate With Jan. 6 Committee

Trump’s Former Chief Of Staff, Mark Meadows, Agrees To Cooperate With Jan. 6 Committee

The committee in the House of Representatives that is currently investigating the riot that took place on Jan. 6 at the Capitol building (which really seems like nothing more than an attempt to paint up former President Donald Trump and those that support him as radical terrorists) stated Tuesday that Trump’s former chief of staff, Mark Meadows, has agreed to cooperate and has provided records, along with an agreement to appear “soon” for a deposition.

“Mr. Meadows has been engaging with the Select Committee through his attorney. He has produced records to the committee and will soon appear for an initial deposition,” Democrat Rep. Bennie Thompson, who serves as the chairman of the House select committee, went on to say in a statement.

Going on to point out that the panel is expecting all witnesses to provide all of the information that has been requested and that it says its lawfully entitled to be given, Thompson then said, “The committee will continue to assess his degree of compliance with our subpoena after the deposition.”

via Newsmax:

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Trump has urged associates not to cooperate with the committee, calling the Democrat-led investigation politically motivated and arguing that his communications are protected by executive privilege, although many legal experts say that principle does not apply to former presidents.

On Jan. 6, protesters stormed the Capitol in a bid to prevent Congress from formally certifying Trump’s 2020 presidential election loss to Democrat Joe Biden.

Shortly before the riot, Trump gave a speech to his supporters repeating his claims that the election was stolen from him through widespread voting fraud and urging them to go to the Capitol and “fight like hell” to “stop the steal.”