Meadows’ Attempt to Transfer Trump’s Georgia Case to Federal Court Falters as Graham and Flynn Emerge in Jury Report

Mark Meadows, the former White House chief of staff for Donald Trump, encountered a setback in his endeavor to shift his Georgia election interference case to the federal judiciary, as ruled by a presiding judge.

This development may forebode adversity for the ex-president. On Thursday, he apprised the judge overseeing the extensive racketeering case in Fulton County that he is contemplating the possibility of also seeking a federal court relocation.

Prior to this, the Fulton County special grand jury released its report on election interference, revealing a roster of Donald Trump’s associates who were recommended for indictment but ultimately evaded charges laid out by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis.

Among those on the list are Senator Lindsey Graham, General Michael Flynn, former Senator Kelly Loeffler, former Senator David Perdue, and Boris Epshteyn, among others.

This revelation could provide further insight into the potential identities of the enigmatic “unindicted co-conspirators,” numbering 30, who were omitted from the indictment.

Meanwhile, Mr. Trump submitted a motion in his Georgia criminal case, notifying the judge of his intention to potentially request the relocation of his trial to federal court, the initial step in the protracted process of seeking dismissal based on protected executive activities.

Mr. Trump and other involved parties argue that their involvement in efforts to manipulate the election outcome in the pivotal state was part and parcel of their official duties.

The former president is slated to make his way to South Dakota on Friday for a fundraising event, which will also serve as an opportunity for the state’s governor, Kristi Noem, to position herself as a prospective vice-presidential candidate.


  • Mark Meadows’ attempt to transfer Trump’s Georgia election subversion case to federal court was thwarted.
  • A grand jury in Georgia recommended charges against Lindsey Graham in the Trump investigation, but none were brought.
  • Trump’s visit to South Dakota for a rally alongside potential running mate Kristi Noem.
  • The former president hints at seeking a relocation of the Georgia case to federal court.
  • A colossal ‘Trump or Death’ flag unfurls at Yankee Stadium.

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