(Reuters) – Conservative legal professional L. Lynn Wooden mentioned Tuesday that she’s going to testify earlier than a grand jury investigating former US President Donald Trump’s efforts to overturn the outcomes of the 2020 election, the New York Occasions reported.
Wooden, who has beforehand mentioned he was subpoenaed by a grand jury, advised The New York Occasions that he was requested to testify by the Fulton County District Lawyer’s Workplace.
“I did not do something unsuitable,” Wooden advised the Occasions. “I’ve nothing to cover, so I’ll go down and discuss to them.”
Wooden joins a rising variety of Republicans who’ve been requested to seem earlier than a grand jury to reply questions on Trump’s efforts to reverse his defeat in Georgia, a battleground state that led Democrat Joe Biden to the presidency. had helped to advance for the submit of
(Reporting by Dan Whitcomb; Enhancing by Christopher Cushing)