“Former Trump White House chief of staff Mark Meadows has reached an initial deal to cooperate with the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol, providing documents and agreeing to testify before the panel,” The Hill reports.
CNN: “The move represents a critical shift in the relationship between the top Trump ally and the panel, and staving off a criminal contempt referral for now.”
Playbook: “We’re curious to hear what Trump has to say about this. The ex-president hasn’t taken kindly to close associates testifying about him in the past. Meadows has long been one of his closest allies and more than likely will refuse to answer certain questions that Trump argues are privileged. Still, could this be the beginning of a frayed Trump-Meadows relationship? “Save to Favorites