New York – Former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows is at the center of a legal dispute with his publisher, All Seasons Press, regarding his book’s assertion about the 2020 election.
All Seasons Press claims that Meadows’ sworn testimony contradicts the narrative presented in “The Chief’s Chief,” where he asserted that the election was stolen from former President Donald Trump. The breach of contract lawsuit, filed in Florida on Friday, cites media reports from last month that suggest Meadows was aware of Trump’s defeat to Democrat Joe Biden.
The lawsuit argues that Meadows’ reported statements to the Special Prosecutor and/or his staff, as well as his grand jury testimony, directly contradict the claims made in “The Chief’s Chief.” As stated in the court papers, Meadows’ book strongly maintains that “President Trump was the true winner of the 2020 Presidential Election and that the election was ‘stolen’ and ‘rigged’ with the help from ‘allies in the liberal media.'”
Meadows’ attorney, George Terwilliger, has yet to comment on the matter.
All Seasons Press alleges that Meadows’ actions have not only harmed book sales but also damaged the publisher’s reputation. As a conservative press that was established in 2021, All Seasons maintains it is entitled to the return of Meadows’ $350,000 advance and seeks damages exceeding $1 million.
- Former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows is facing a lawsuit from his publisher, All Seasons Press.
- The lawsuit claims that Meadows’ sworn testimony contradicts the narrative presented in his book about the 2020 election.
- All Seasons Press argues that Meadows’ statements to the Special Prosecutor and/or his staff, as well as his grand jury testimony, directly contradict his book’s claims.
- Meadows’ attorney has not yet commented on the matter.
- All Seasons Press alleges that Meadows’ actions have harmed sales and damaged the publisher’s reputation.
- The conservative press is seeking the return of Meadows’ $350,000 advance and damages exceeding $1 million.
“The Chief’s Chief” Book Sales Soar
According to Circana, a leading print market tracker, “The Chief’s Chief” has sold an impressive 23,000 copies, capturing around 85% of the print market. The majority of these sales were achieved in 2021, right after the book’s release. All Seasons Publishing, the book’s publisher, proudly announces that they have sold approximately 60,000 copies from their initial print run of 200,000.
Unveiling Startling Revelations
Recent developments surrounding special counsel Jack Smith’s investigation into the January 6, 2021, U.S. Capitol siege by Trump supporters have brought attention to “The Chief’s Chief.” ABC News reported last month that Smith granted immunity to Mark Meadows, the former Chief of Staff to President Trump, who testified under oath that claims of voter fraud were unfounded. Meadows also affirmed that he was aware of Trump’s defeat in the election.
Citing these media reports, All Seasons Publishing has levied a breach of contract suit against Meadows, alleging that his book contains damaging inaccuracies.
An Unusual Case
Legal Proceedings and Denial of Charges
Meadows, who faces charges in Georgia for attempting to overturn the state’s election results in 2020, has pleaded not guilty. In a recent development, a judge denied his request to have the case transferred to federal court.
As the legal battle continues to unfold, “The Chief’s Chief” stands as an intriguing and controversial addition to the literary landscape. Stay tuned for updates on this gripping story.