There is a lot of conflicting information about this report already.
Reports surfaced on Thursday that Kash Patel, a high-level Trump administration adviser, had been given immunity to testify before a federal grand jury on the Mar-a-Lago documents.
Since that report surfaced, Patel has vehemently denied any such agreement was in place.
There was obviously concern among Trump supporters about Patel possibly rolling over on Trump for some reason.
This would have been a startling revelation, as he has been an adamant supporter of Trump on this front.
The latest reports now say that Patel did not reach a “deal,” but the judge ordered him to testify and granted him immunity for anything said during the testimony.
Patel’s office clarified, “Mr. Patel categorically denies reaching any immunity ‘deal’ with the government.
“Rather, his testimony was compelled over his objection through the only legal means available to the government – a grant of limited immunity.”
Patel was more than likely a bevy of information, as he was serving as one of Trump’s designees to work with archives and the DOJ on the documents.