Former Trump-era Department of Homeland Security official Ken Cuccinelli testifed before a federal grand jury in Washington, DC, on Thursday. Cuccinelli headed into the grand jury area just before 10 a.m. ET at the federal courthouse, where prosecutors looking at efforts to undermine the 2020 election as part of special counsel Jack Smith’s investigation are also gathered.
“Yep,” Cuccinelli told CNN when asked if was there to testify to the grand jury. When asked about the topic, he said, “Don’t know.” Cuccinelli was a notable figure in Donald Trump’s attempts to use his administration to pursue unfounded election fraud claims after the 2020 election and was a frequent presence around Trump’s Oval Office.
Read the full article. Cuccinelli is probably best known here for attempting to resurrect anti-sodomy laws while Attorney General of Virginia.
Former Trump-era Department of Homeland Security official Ken Cuccinelli testifies before a grand jury investigating 2020 election interference https://t.co/rv7IKXoFGN
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