Appeal Of Former White House Chief Of Staff To Move Fulton County RICO Case To Federal Court Rejected

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The appeal of the former White House Chief of Staff to move his RICO case from Fulton County to federal court was rejected.

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The appeal of the former White House Chief of Staff to move his RICO case from Fulton County to federal court was rejected. (Photo: Bloomberg)

Request of Former White House Chief of Staff to Move His RICO Case in Fulton County to Federal Court Denied

The request of the former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows to have his RICO case moved from Fulton County to the federal court was denied as the appeal of the former White House Chief of Staff reportedly did not meet the legal requirements needed.

According to a report published in Election Law Blog, the former White House Chief of Staff initially claimed that his position would not affect or influence his work with former President Donald Trump’s campaign during the election; however, the former White House Chief of Staff was accused of trying to find more votes for Trump.

The former White House Chief of Staff was reportedly part of a phone call that aimed to overturn the result of the 2020 presidential election in favor of Trump, but the former White House Chief of Staff strongly denied all the claims against him, even his participation to the alleged conspiracy.

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Former White House Chief of Staff Faces Multiple Charges After Participating in Conspiracy to Overturn Trump’s Winning

Following the allegations, the former White House Chief of Staff faced multiple charges, including racketeering, for participating in trying to overturn the results during the presidential election.

Despite denying the claims against him, the former White House Chief of Staff together with other officials and individuals tried to cheat on the election by turning Trump into the winning President, The Atlanta-Journal Constitution reported.

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