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Mike Pence is now a witness at Trump’s Georgia trial

Former Vice President Mike Pence’s name has been added to the list of possible witnesses in the election subversion case against Donald Trump in Georgia, CNN reports.

This means that Pence could be called to testify about Trump’s alleged attempts to reverse the results of the 2020 election.

Mike Pence has been added to a list of more than 150 witnesses in the case, and the fact that he has been added to the list is a major development… and a sign that prosecutors certainly intend to use his testimony when the case goes to trial.

Pence has sharply criticized claims by Trump and his allies that election fraud was committed.

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Pence had previously stated that he was prepared to appear in court as part of the federal voter fraud trial, and his testimony will be crucial due to his intimate knowledge and understanding of the Trump administration in the post-election period.

Donald Trump is charged with several offenses in connection with alleged attempts to interfere in the Georgia election. He has also been indicted along with 18 others by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis as part of a wide-ranging investigation.

Four co-defendants have already accepted plea deals in exchange for testimony and cooperation against the former president.

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The fact that former allies are now potential witnesses in the case could increase the pressure on Trump’s legal team, and Pence’s testimony and the information provided by those who have agreed to plead guilty could greatly harm Trump as the case progresses.

Prosecutors have proposed the date of August 5, 2024 for this trial, which is sure to be one of the most eagerly awaited of the coming year.

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