Clark And Meadows Seek Delay To Surrender Deadline

The Daily Beast reports:

Former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows has asked a federal court to intervene in moving his deadline to surrender in the Georgia election RICO indictment.

Jeffrey Clark, a former Justice Department official who is one of 18 co-defendants indicted alongside Donald Trump in a racketeering case in Georgia, also asked a judge Tuesday to grant an emergency stay in the case, whining that he didn’t have enough time to get down to Atlanta to surrender ahead of a Friday deadline.

In Clark’s motion, he argued that he wished to avoid “the choice of making rushed travel arrangements to fly into Atlanta or instead risking being labeled a fugitive.”

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Clark, like Meadows did last week, has filed a separate motion seeking to move his case to federal court.