TV says Trump’s chief of staff worked to nullify the U.S. election

TV says Trump's chief of staff worked to nullify the U.S. election

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  • TV says Trump’s chief of staff worked to nullify the U.S. election

  • Mark Meadows handed over his cellphone to the US House of Representatives investigating the Capitol Hill raid.

  • This information was revealed by CNN International on Tuesday (26)

More than 2,300 text messages from the cell phones of former US President Donald Trump’s Chief of Staff Mark Meadows reveal that Republican supporters and politicians worked behind the scenes to sabotage the US election results – Democrat Joe Biden has won the case. This information was revealed by CNN International on Tuesday (26).

According to US broadcaster, Meadows handed over his cell phone to a U.S. House of Representatives committee investigating the Capitol invasion on January 6 last year. Trump supporters have attacked the country’s legislature in protest of the Republican Party’s defeat in the election.

The messages reveal that Meadows was the center of conspiracy theories that baselessly claim that the election was rigged. In addition, records show that he played a key role in efforts to prevent Biden’s success from being attested.

CNN has revealed that the documents include messages from the Trump family, the White House, campaign officials, GOP leaders, the organizers of the January 6 rally, and Fox’s hosts.

U.S. TV reports suggest that Trump’s allies are plotting to oust the then U.S. president, who was not responsible for the Capitol attack.

Text messages received by CNN International began on November 3, 2020, election day. Former Trump administration secretary of energy Rick Perry and Trump’s son Donald Trump Jr. wrote letters to Meadows in recent days. With ideas to subvert the election on November 4th and 5th. The result.

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According to CNN International, just before Biden’s victory announcement on November 7, Perry sent another message to Meadows: “We have a data-based program that can clearly show where the fraud took place.”

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