Mark Meadows testified to federal grand jury in probe of Trump trends now
It is not clear whether Meadows' testimony, first reported on Tuesday by The New York Times, was about Trump's mishandling of classified documents or his attempts to overturn the 2020 election results.
It is also not clear when Meadows testified, though he has been considered for some months a key witness in both Justice Department investigations, both of which are being overseen by Special Counsel Jack Smith.
In a statement to the Times, Terwilliger said: 'Without commenting on whether or not Mr. Meadows has testified before the grand jury or in any other proceeding, Mr. Meadows has maintained a commitment to tell the truth where he has a legal obligation to do so.'
Donald Trump's former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows (pictured) has testified to a federal grand jury in a special counsel's investigations of the former president, sources told The New York Times
Justice Department investigations into Trump's mishandling of classified documents and his attempts to overturn the 2020 election results are being overseen by Special Counsel Jack Smith (pictured in 2010)
Three lawyers for Trump this week visited the Justice Department amid reports that prosecutors are wrapping up the investigation of the documents.
Several media outlets reported that his legal team was at the Justice Department to argue that prosecutors should not