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Mark Meadows
Businessman, husband, and father proudly representing North Carolina's 11th Congressional District. Chairman of .
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A question every American should ask: what on earth was the point of a taxpayer funded special counsel if we’re going to demand every witness testify again—after the case is already closed?
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Oversight Committee Republicans May 21
: Watch 's opening statement from today's Government Operations Subcommittee hearing. Mr. Meadows is right: our government should always strive to be more effective and efficient.
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Mark Meadows May 21
The worst kept secret is: this was always the case for Democrats. Before, during, and after the Mueller report. It never mattered that the evidence wasn't there. Their single-minded goal is political revenge on someone who beat them in an election they thought they had won.
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Mark Meadows May 21
Reminder: Don McGahn’s account is in the Mueller report. It’s online. All Americans can read it. Democrats are trying to haul him to Congress as a part of their goal to re-do the entire two year investigation—on their political terms. This display is not serious.
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Washington Examiner May 20
.: Declassification of Russia investigation docs is "right around the corner."
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Mark Meadows May 20
This week you’ll see more efforts from Democrats to re-do the Mueller investigation—hoping this time they’ll stumble on their pre-determined outcome. They’re convinced they’ll find something Mueller didn’t find... in a 2 year investigation. It’s as preposterous as it sounds.
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Mark Meadows May 19
James Comey—who used his position to peddle the collusion conspiracy theory for nearly two years—seems set on attacking the Attorney General investigating his conduct. The truth will soon come out. And rhetoric like this will come face to face with the facts.
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Mark Meadows May 17
As we close out this I'm reminded of so many of our country's brave men and women who protect and serve our communities everywhere. They truly represent the best of us. Thanks so much to all our police officers! God bless you.
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Washington Examiner May 17
AG Bill Barr says it is "laughable" to claim he lied to Congress, as has. "I think it's largely being made to try to discredit me, partly because they may be concerned about the outcome of a review of what happened during the election."
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Mark Meadows May 17
Bill Barr is absolutely right when he says "government power was used to spy on American citizens." The only questions are: why was it allowed to occur without proper evidence, and who knew about the flimsy basis for the investigation? We’re getting closer to the truth.
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Mark Meadows May 16
Let us know when they get to this part: "the investigation did not establish that members of the Trump Campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government"
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Mark Meadows May 16
There is a crisis at our border and Congress needs to step up and act. President Trump today outlined a vision for a secure nation, a secure border, and a secure American workforce with policies that remove the incentives for illegal immigration. It's time we fix this problem.
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Mark Meadows May 16
Incredible that with all the issues Congress needs to tackle, your House Democrat majority instead chooses to spend its time doing a marathon reading of the Mueller report—which, by the way, is already available ONLINE for any American to read. Calling this a stunt is kind.
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Mark Meadows May 16
Amazing—James Comey says that in 2016, John Brennan insisted on including the dossier in their IC assessment. But Brennan says: no no, COMEY wanted to use the dossier. They know the truth is coming. And now they're all throwing each other under the bus.
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Rep. Russ Fulcher May 15
Excited to join innovative plan to lower prescription costs by allowing the U.S. to negotiate on prices and leverage our cutting-edge pharmaceutical research to benefit all Americans.
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Mark Meadows May 15
An amazing moment in history that so many promised but neglected to deliver. Yet kept his promise. America stands with Israel once again—and our embassy is in Jerusalem, Israel's true undivided capital.
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Mark Meadows May 14
Any time my colleagues and I dared ask questions about the Mueller probe, we were labeled 'unpatriotic.' I'm eagerly awaiting the same standard being applied to John Durham's investigation of the Russia probe origins. If you question it, you’re undermining American democracy.
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Mark Meadows May 13
John Durham is an outstanding choice for special prosecutor investigating 2016 pre-election activities—his selection further demonstrates Bill Barr’s tenacity and determined desire to get to the truth and restore credibility at the top tier of the DOJ and FBI.
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Mark Meadows May 13
James Comey spent 2 years misleading Americans on 'collusion' when he knew the FBI never had evidence. And he's doing the exact same thing now with his attempted spin job RE: 'spying.' They spied on Trump without proper predicate. He knows it. Documents will show the truth.
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Mark Meadows May 13
There’s a simple reason why the left is attacking Bill Barr, and why the old FBI/DOJ brass (Comey, etc.) are running a full steam PR operation... Because Bill Barr cares about the institutions, and he’s looking for the truth behind the origins of the “collusion” investigation.
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