On “Fox News Sunday,” Meadows seconded Trump’s claim of lacking information on QAnon, saying, “We don’t even know what it is.” And he pushed back against media coverage of the group, arguing there are more pressing issues to focus on.

“I find it appalling that the media when we have all of the important things going on, a list of Top 20s, that the first question at a press briefing would be about QAnon, which I had to actually Google to figure out what it is,” Meadows said. “It’s not an essential part of what the president is talking about. I don’t know anything about it — I don’t even know that it’s credible.”

“If you want to talk about conspiracies, let’s get back to talking about how the FBI and others within the FBI spied on the Trump campaign. I’ll be glad to speak about that,” Meadows said.