Former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows must testify in a Fulton County grand jury investigation looking into former President Donald Trump’s efforts to overturn the election in Georgia, a court ordered on Tuesday.
The ruling came from the South Carolina Supreme Court, which affirmed a county-level court’s ruling that he needed to comply with the summons.
Meadows attempted to block a subpoena from Fulton County investigators led by District Attorney Fani Willis. However, Circuit Court Judge Edward Miller determined that Meadows is a “necessary and material” witness to the Fulton County investigation.
“We have reviewed the arguments raised by Appellant and find them to be manifestly without merit,” wrote South Carolina’s Supreme Court justices in their ruling, Politico reported.
NEWS: The South Carolina Supreme Court has unanimously ordered Mark Meadows to comply with the Fulton County grand jury demand for his testimony.https://t.co/NHw99W1zED
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