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Meadows texts expose how Fox News helped Donald Trump during the 2020 election

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  • Texts from Mark Meadows reveal who helped Trump.
  • CNN obtained the texts that indicate an alliance between Trump and Fox.
  • He also got help from Jim Jordan.

TRUMP IN THE HOT SEAT! Donald Trump, former president of the United States, is once again in the spotlight due to numerous text messages that could expose his alliance with the Fox network at a time when he was trying to overturn the 2020 election results.

CNN revealed that the controversial texts show who at the network was supporting him during his re-election campaign. But it seems that Meadows and his text messages are not all that could incriminate Trump. He was also being helped by Rudy Giuliani, who offered “all his support” to the Republican.

Propped up by Fox News?

DO YOU SINK IT?
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Recently, texts belonging to Mark Meadows, former White House Chief of Staff, have been released. They show that former president, Donald Trump, received more help than usual from Fox News during the 2020 election. Although Meadows’ messages are tangible evidence of several Fox News personalities’ support for Trump, other people are also implicated.

Sean Hannity, Maria Bartiromo, and Rudy Giuliani, all came up in accusations about the support that the Republican Party received during the 2020 election, according to The Guardian. This evidence could demonstrate the unprecedented level of support  Trump received from a news network and indicates that the “electoral fraud” the former president mentions so much was happening on his side.

Donald Trump Evidence: A Screen?

Donald Trump Evidence: A Screen?
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The leaked text messages between Mark Meadows and Sean Hannity, confirm the rumors about the close link between the Fox network and the 2020 election, according to The Guardian. The new evidence may confirm that the Trump White House received guidance from Fox News’ top brass.

This evidence was released as part of the electoral fraud complaint covering the November elections and the January 6 insurrection, when an angry mob breached the Capitol. CNN obtained the controversial messages demonstrating close ties between Trump and Fox. Filed under: Donald Trump Evidence

How many messages were found?

Donald Trump evidence: How many messages were found?
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According to information that has surfaced, Mark Meadows and Fox’s Sean Hannity exchanged more than 80 text messages between Election Day 2020 and Joe Biden’s January 2021 inauguration. The messages from the former White House Chief of Staff during the Trump administration reveal the great friendship he had with the Fox News host.

In a text message to Mark Meadows at nearly midnight on January 5, Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan offered legal justification for what President Donald Trump was publicly demanding: that Vice President Mike Pence, in his ceremonial role presiding over the vote count, somehow asserts the authority to reject electors from states won by Biden, The Associated Press reported. Filed under: Donald Trump Evidence

Controversial messages?

The response was so shocking that Congressional panel investigating January 6 calls this type of communication evidence that shows the “other side of the coin” of what really happened. The messages also show that Hannity texted Meadows at 1:36 p.m. asking about vote totals in North Carolina, and Meadows’ response revealed the blurred lines between news reporting and the White House, CNN noted.

“Stress every vote matters. Get out and vote. On radio,” Mark Meadows replied to Hannity in the text message recently obtained from CNN. “Yes, sir,” Hannity replied. “On it. Any place in particular we need a push,” he asked again, before receiving Meadows’ response: “Pennsylvania. NC AZ, Nevada,” CNN reported.

The necessary proof?

The necessary proof?
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The exchange of texts, in a court filing dated April 22, Congressional panel investigating the January 6 riots sits on a surprising batch of evidence showing the deep involvement of some House Republicans in Trump’s desperate bid to stay in power, The Associated Press said.

“I agree. We can make a powerful team. I did not talk with (Fox News CEO) Suzanne (Scott) because I got tied up with pardons but I will make sure I connect. You are a true patriot and I am so very proud of you! Your friendship means a great deal to me,” reads one of the messages from Meadows to Hannity

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