Mark Meadows Files Lawsuit Against Jan. 6 Committee

Mark Meadows, one-time chief of employees to former President Donald Trump, has filed a lawsuit towards House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and members of the House choose committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol assault, claiming he can not present info on account of government privilege.

In the lawsuit, filed Wednesday in U.S. district court docket for the District of Columbia, Meadows alleges that subpoenas from the Jan. 6 committee asking him for info associated to the revolt have been “overly broad and unduly burdensome” and “threaten[ed] to violate longstanding principles of executive privilege.”

Committee members slammed Meadows for refusing to look at a deliberate deposition Wednesday, saying the previous chief of employees had stopped offering them with info, but appeared prepared to “provide details about the facts and circumstances surrounding the January 6th attack, including conversations with President Trump, in the book he is now promoting and selling.”

Pelosi didn’t instantly reply to HuffPost’s request for remark.

President Biden has repeatedly refused Trump’s requests to say government privilege to cowl up his position within the revolt.

Last month, a federal decide additionally denied Trump’s try to dam the discharge of paperwork from his presidency to the House choose committee investigating the assault.


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