How Meadows Can Absolutely Sabotage Trump

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( – On Sunday, during an appearance on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie argued that following the decision of former chief of staff Mark Meadows to accept the immunity deal in the election interference case, the Jan. 6 federal case against former President Donald Trump was going to get harder.

Christie argued that Trump was not going to be able to defeat President Joe Biden while being inside a Washington, D.C. courtroom fighting the legal case against him. He added that the indictment against Trump became even worse when Meadows accepted an immunity deal that would allow him to speak up against Trump about the effects of the Jan. 6 attack and the aftermath.

Special counsel Jack Smith offered Meadows an immunity deal in order to get him to testify in the federal election interference case. ABC News first reported the deal stating that Meadows had been called to testify before a grand jury on at least three different occasions.

Previously he had told a grand jury that following the 2020 election he had consistently told Trump that there was no basis for his claims of widespread fraud in the presidential election.

Christie has claimed that this development could end up being harmful to Trump and that the former President needed to be “desperately worried.”

On Sunday, Christie also attacked Trump over everything he had left unfinished after his first term in office. He added that if Trump was not able to achieve everything in the first administration where he was surrounded by good people, this second term would be filled with “clowns and rogues.”

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