Donald Trump’s former chief of staff pleads not guilty in Arizona 2020 election case

Donald Trump’s former chief of staff pleads not guilty in Arizona 2020 election case

Phoenix – The former presidential chief of staff of donald trump, Mark Meadowsand the director of election day operations for Trump 2020, Michael Romanpleaded not guilty on Friday in phoenix nine felony counts for his role in an attempt to overturn Trump’s election loss in Arizona versus Joe Biden.

Meadows and Roman appeared via video conference in brief, separate hearings before Maricopa County Superior Court Commissioner Shellie Smith, who set a trial date for Oct. 31.

Meadows and Roman spoke during the hearings only to answer Smith’s questions with their names and dates of birth. His lawyers intervened on his behalf to make his declarations of innocence.

The indictment alleges that Meadows worked with other members of the Trump campaign to submit names of fake delegates from Arizona and other states to Congress in an attempt to keep Trump in office despite his defeat at the polls in November 2020.

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