Top Trump Aide BURNED Incriminating Documents After 2020 Presidential Election

Top Trump aide Mark Meadows has been outed for destroying evidence after the 2020 presidential election by one of his own former staffers who told the January 6th Committee that Meadows burned documents after he met with Pennsylvania Republican Rep. Scott Perry. Perry played a key role in organizing the attempted coup by connecting with DOJ official Jeffery Clark, who then lobbied the department to agree to keep Trump in power.

Read more HERE: https://www.mediaite.com/politics/mar… “Then-White House Chief-of-Staff Mark Meadows burned documents shortly after the 2020 presidential election, a witness has told the Jan. 6 committee that is investigating the 2021 Capitol insurrection. According to Politico, Cassidy Hutchinson, who worked for Meadows at the White House, testified that she saw Meadows burn documents after a meeting at his office with Rep. Scott Perry (R-PA). Politico cited an anonymous source familiar with the investigation. A lawyer for Meadows declined to comment to the publication. After then-President Donald Trump lost the 2020 election, some members of his inner circle and other allies commenced a haphazard campaign for Trump to stay in power. Trump baselessly claimed the election was “rigged” against him in several states. Documents and testimony show that Perry connected with justice department official Jeffrey Clark, who lobbied the department to assist Trump in overturning the election. As has been previously reported, Politico noted that Trump considered firing Acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen and replacing him with Clark.”

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