Despite the apparent evidence of possible unlawful acts Donald Trump may have committed, according to well-known attorneys, the former president’s inner circle is reportedly positioning his White House Chief of Staff, Mark Meadows, to be the “likely fall guy” for his actions surrounding the January 6 insurrection, a just-published report at Rolling Stone reveals. “Members of Trump’s legal team are actively planning certain strategies around Meadows’ downfall — including possible criminal charges.
Trump has himself begun the process of distancing himself from some of his onetime senior aide’s alleged actions around Jan.
6,” Rolling Stone reveals. “Everyone is strategizing around the likelihood that Mark is in a lot of trouble,” says a lawyer close to the former president. “Everyone who knows what they’re doing, anyway.” A former GOP Congressman who became one of Trump’s top defenders before becoming his top aide and advisor, Mark Meadows is not without fault, some say, believing he may he committed questionable or even illegal acts. READ MORE: Mark Meadows Pushed Voter Fraud Lies in Service to Trump – Even While He Was Registered to Vote in Three States “Meadows’ already bleak legal prospects could get even worse.
Rolling Stone has learned that the Jan. 6 committee has been quietly probing his financial dealings, and any new revelations would add to an already long list of unethical and potential illegal actions he’s accused of taking on behalf of Donald Trump.” But it will be hard for Meadows to take all the blame for Trump’s actions leading up to the insurrection.