- A federal judge Friday rejected former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows’ bid to move his Georgia criminal case to federal court, a significant setback for him and a troubling sign for former President Donald Trump. Meadows was the first of five defendants who filed motions to move the case to federal court — and Trump is expected to do so, too.
- US District Court Judge Steve Jones wrote that Meadows had not met even the "quite low" threshold for removal to federal court, because his activities for the Trump campaign were outside the scope of his federal role as chief of staff. Meadows is appealing the ruling.
- Grand jury report released: Earlier on Friday, a Georgia judge released the full final report from the special grand jury that investigated Trump and his allies' efforts to overturn his 2020 election loss in the state. Here are the key takeaways.
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