Trump’s former Chief of Staff Mark Meadows filed a lawsuit against House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the January 6 committee.
The sham January 6 committee on Wednesday prepared to proceed with criminal contempt charges against Meadows after he declined to appear for a deposition.
Mark Meadows informed the committee he would no longer appear before the sham committee for a deposition because they weren’t respecting boundaries concerning executive privilege.
Liz Cheney and Bennie Thompson responded by moving forward with contempt charges against Meadows.
According to court records, Meadows is suing Nancy Pelosi and the January 6 select committee as it prepares to take action against him.
Mark Meadows, facing an imminent threat of criminal contempt of Congress charges, is suing Speaker Nancy Pelosi and members of the Jan. 6 select panel.
The former White House chief of staff has filed legal action against Pelosi, according to court records. As the Jan. 6 select panel prepares to take action against him, Meadows has claimed he can’t discuss matters that could be covered by executive privilege.