A day after former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani turned himself in for arrest, Mark Meadows, the former chief of staff in the Trump White House, did the same today. Read full article
Former President Donald Trump is scheduled to present himself in today at the Fulton County Jail on felony charges related to efforts to rig the Georgia 2020 presidential election.
The extensive investigation and the racketeering accusations were supervised by district attorney Fani Willis.
Many of Trump’s 18 co-defendants have already turned themselves in, including Mark Meadows and Rudy Giuliani, according to the election meddling case.
Two defendants, Meadows and Jeffrey Clark, yesterday unsuccessfully requested that a federal judge postpone their detention. Tomorrow at noon, all defendants must voluntarily surrender.