(FixThisNation.com) – According to a new CNN report, former Trump attorney Kenneth Chesebro is cooperating with the Georgia authorities, as well as three other states.
Former president Donald Trump is currently facing 91 felony charges in four criminal cases, including two federal cases. Trump has maintained that he has committed no wrongdoings and has pleaded not guilty to all charges. He has further alleged that the cases against him are part of a “political witch hunt” as his political opponents are trying to block him from winning the presidential election in 2024.
In her blog Civil Discourse, Joyce Vance wrote on Thursday that Chesebro could be required to testify in the trial relating to Trump’s attempts to overturn the 2020 presidential election. As she pointed out Chesebro had previously testified that he had met with Trump and some of his advisors in the White House on December 16, 2020.
Vance had argued that if Chesebro is committed to providing a truthful testimony then they might be able to use it as evidence of Trump’s involvement in the attempts to overturn the elections. In an attempt to avoid any further criminal charges, CNN reported that Chesebro has also been cooperating with investigators in Wisconsin and Michigan.
Chesebro recently provided his testimony in front of a Nevada grand jury, where on Wednesday indictments against six fake electors were filed by state prosecutors.
CNN in its report pointed out that Chesebro has also been in contact with Arizona prosecutors and is intending to sit for an interview as part of their probe into the fake electors in their state.
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