Remember, back in 2020, when Donald Trump held a truly off-the-rails meeting in the Oval Office in which seizing voting machines and invoking martial law were discussed as part of a desperate, unhinged attempt to stay in power?
Special counsel Jack Smith apparently does.
Some were quizzed about the sit-down “months ago…others have faced questions about it more recently, including Rudy Giuliani.”.
Byrne responded to CNN’s reporting on Twitter early Friday morning, tweeting, “Hi Jack Smith, I take all responsibility.
Mr. Cipollone told Mr. Trump there was no constitutional authority for what was being discussed, one of the people briefed on the meeting said.
Should he ultimately charge Trump, it would be the second federal indictment against the ex-president—and the third overall, following an April indictment from the Manhattan district attorney’s office.
Trump is also facing the possibility of an indictment from the Fulton County district attorney’s office for his attempt to overturn the election in Georgia. »