- District Judge Leigh Martin May, however, also limited the scope of testimony by South Carolina senator and President Trump ally.
- Graham has tried unsuccessfully through the courts not to testify.
- An appeals court weeks ago asked May to consider modifying Graham’s subpoena after she refused to dismiss the order or issue a stay while Graham appealed.
- Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, the lead prosecutor into Trump’s alleged attempts to alter the 2020 election, has said that she wants to question Graham about phone calls he made to state election officials, according to CNN.
“The Court quashes the subpoena only as to questions about Sen. Graham’s investigatory fact-finding on the telephone calls to Georgia election officials, including how such information related to his decision to certify the results of the 2020 presidential election,” May wrote Thursday in her ruling.