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All 19 defendants in the Georgia election interference case have now pleaded not guilty, waiving their right to appear at arraignments that had been scheduled for Wednesday.
Former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows pleaded not guilty on Tuesday, issuing his plea in a court filing.
Meadows followed his former boss, former President Donald Trump, who had pleaded not guilty last week. Meadows faces 2 felony counts, while Trump faces 13. The same is true for other defendants. Other defendants are seeking the same move.