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Top Trump Official Cooperates with Prosecutors in Fake Elector Probe

Mike Roman, a top official in Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign team, is cooperating with federal prosecutors in their investigation into the fake elector scheme to overturn the results of the election.

Roman was director of Election Day operations for Trump’s campaign and has been a key figure in the plot to send fake electors to Washington, D.C., in an attempt to have Trump declared the winner.

He has reportedly spoken to prosecutors under a proffer agreement, which means that he can share information with investigators on an understanding that the statements will not be used against him in future criminal proceedings.

Roman’s cooperation is a significant development in the investigation, as he could provide prosecutors with valuable information about the plot and the people involved.

It is unclear what precisely Roman has told prosecutors, but his cooperation could lead to charges against other people involved in the scheme.

The fake elector scheme has been a major focus of the investigation by Special Counsel Jack Smith, who is looking into Trump’s efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 election.

Trump’s former lawyer Rudy Giuliani has also been cooperating with prosecutors in the investigation, and he has reportedly provided them with information about the fake elector scheme.

The investigation is ongoing, and it is possible that more charges will be filed in the coming months.

Roman’s cooperation is a significant development in the investigation, and it could lead to further charges being filed against those involved in the fake elector scheme.