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Meadows Appeals Again, Seeking Federal Court Move for Georgia Election Case

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Meadows' Fulton County Case Takes Another Turn

Mark Meadows' Fulton County Case Takes Another Turn: Appeals Court Hears Arguments for Federal Transfer

Former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows is once again attempting to move his Fulton County election interference case to federal court. Today, a three-judge panel on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit heard arguments from both sides on Meadows' request.

Meadows, who served as President Trump's chief of staff during the 2020 election, is facing charges in Georgia's Fulton County related to his alleged efforts to overturn the election results. He claims that the. . .

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