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ABC News Reports Ellis Informed Georgia Prosecutors of Trump’s Intent to Remain in Power

ABC News recently released a video showing Jenna Ellis, a former attorney for Trump’s campaign, revealing to Georgia prosecutors that then-President Trump had no intention of leaving the White House after his loss in the 2020 election.

The footage is part of Ellis’s interview with Georgia authorities who are investigating Trump’s attempts to reverse the state’s 2020 election results. Ellis, who agreed to a plea deal last month, is seen discussing her conversation with Dan Scavino, a senior Trump White House official, around December 19, 2020. In the video, Ellis recounts telling Scavino that their options to challenge the election outcome were virtually exhausted, to which Scavino allegedly replied that Trump and his team planned to stay in power regardless.

Scavino’s alleged response, as described by Ellis, was, “The boss is not going to leave under any circumstances. We are just going to stay in power.” When Ellis questioned the feasibility of this plan, Scavino reportedly dismissed her concerns, stating, “We don’t care.”

This video sheds light on Ellis’s and other cooperating witnesses’ testimonies regarding the events in Trump’s circle post-election, especially during a time when Trump was persistently promoting baseless claims of election fraud. These allegations were consistently disproven and dismissed in court.

Ellis, once a vocal member of the Trump legal team that spread unfounded election fraud theories, pleaded guilty to aiding and abetting false statements and writings last month. Along with two other former Trump campaign lawyers who also accepted plea deals, Ellis has agreed to provide truthful testimony against her former co-defendants, including Trump.

In August, Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis charged Ellis, the former president, and 17 others with participating in an illegal conspiracy to maintain Trump in power following the 2020 election, under a comprehensive racketeering indictment.