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Sunday, 05/26/2024 3:33:15 PM

Sunday, May 26, 2024 3:33:15 PM

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Trump the Criminal


Top Biden administration officials worked with the National Archives to develop Special Counsel Jack Smith’s case against Donald Trump involving the former president’s alleged mishandling of classified material, according to recently unsealed court documents in the case pending in southern Florida.




Versus Non-Criminal Biden


When National Archives officials approached attorneys for President Joe Biden in the fall of 2022 seeking access to government records he still had in his possession -- some of which, they had learned, might contain classified information -- the archivists appeared to face little resistance.

"In terms of taking custody to any papers, yes, we are prepared to facilitate whatever access you need to accomplish NARA taking custody of whatever materials it seems appropriate," wrote Patrick Moore, a onetime personal attorney for the president, at the time.

Other correspondence between Biden's lawyers and the National Archives in November 2022 includes equally cooperative sentiments: Moore repeatedly used expressions such as "at your convenience," and "I can be reached any time on my cell."





Seems perfectly reasonable to me, Maga Idiot BullDipshitRuns



Bragg had requested a meeting with Biden staff on March 17, anticipating Trump's indictment.





This is a Maga lie presented by BullDipshitRuns. You need to check what you grab of the internet. Bragg requested a meeting with law enforcement on March 17th according to a "source" Published by Fox news, was not confirmed if true or not. If true so what. Stop lying!


https://www.fox5ny.com/news/manhattan-das-office-asked-meeting-law-enforcement-possible-trump-indictment

Published March 17, 2023 4:56pm EDT

Manhattan DA's office 'asked for a meeting' with law enforcement ahead of possible Trump indictment

The Manhattan District Attorney's office has asked for a meeting with law enforcement ahead of a possible indictment of former President Donald Trump next week, according to a court source.

According to the source, the meeting was requested Thursday and hasn't been set. The meeting is to "discuss logistics for some time next week, which would mean that they are anticipating an indictment next week," the source familiar with the planning said.

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