Trump Should Be ARRESTED for STEALING Classified Documents

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Trump had more than 300 classified documents at Mar-A-Lago, report says

Trump Should Be ARRESTED for STEALING Top Secret Classified Documents which belong to the National Archives which he refused to return and for destroying documents

 

If Any Official Took This Many Documents, They Would Be In Jail

Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-SC, on Sunday warned of riots if former President Trump is prosecuted over the handling of classified materials found when the FBI searched Mar-a-Lago. Also, the Wall Street Journal editorial board asks if that’s all there is with the affidavit. Joe Scarborough weighs in on the Republican response and notes that if any member of Congress, any ambassador, any intelligence member took that many documents, they would be in jail.

 

‘I Would Be In Handcuffs’ If I Had Taken Documents Out Of Office, Says Fmr. Defense Sec.

Former Defense Secretary William Cohen joins Morning Joe to discuss new reporting on the documents seized from Mar-a-Lago.

 

Hear what ex-FBI special agent noticed in evidence photo taken inside Trump’s home

CNN reporter and former FBI special agent Josh Campbell breaks down the evidence photo, which was arranged and taken by law enforcement, that shows classified documents seized from former President Donald Trump’s residence

 

Legal Expert: Empty Folders Suggests Classified Docs Were Possibly Given Away, Sold

Bill Barr says Donald Trump probably committed a serious crime in a stunning new interview. Joy and her panel discuss how on Friday we learned much more about the many classified documents Trump stole and stashed at Mar-a-Lago.

 

What’s Missing From The Stolen Documents

Ali Velshi speaks to former U.S. Attorney Joyce Vance, former federal prosecutor Glenn Kirschner, and Pulitzer prize-winning investigative reporter David Cay Johnston about what we learned from the FBI inventory of the classified government documents that were seized from Mar-A-Lago and how Donald Trump fits into a classic “Law & Order” archetype.

 

Redacted Copy Of Mar-a-Lago Search Warrant Affidavit Unsealed

A redacted copy of the search warrant affidavit for former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home was unsealed. The 38-page document focused on what the FBI says it found in 15 boxes Trump returned to the National Archives in January. Agents found 184 classified documents, 67 of them confidential, 92 of them marked secret and 25 documents marked top secret. Trump slammed the redacted affidavit saying it was a “public relations subterfuge by the FBI and DOJ.”

 

Trump’s Hypocrisy On Display Over His Handling Of ‘Top Secret’ Documents

During the 2016 presidential race, Donald Trump repeatedly attacks Hillary Clinton over her use of a private email serve. As President, he even signed a law that increased penalties for mishandling classified information. Former U.S. Attorney Harry Litman and NYU School of Law professor Melissa Murray joined American Voices with Alicia Menendez to discuss Trump’s own misuse of classified documents.

 

GOP Hypocrisy over Trump Documents

 

‘Mr. Trump Went Through The Boxes Himself’

MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell reports on the breaking news from The New York Times that former President Donald Trump had over 300 documents at Mar-a-Lago and that he personally went through the boxes himself in 2021.

 

National Archives Releases Letter Sent To Trump Lawyers

A letter released by the National Archives confirms former President Trump took more than 700 pages of classified documents to Mar-a-Lago when he left office. Meantime, a judge gives Trump until Friday to clarify his request for a “special master.” Plus, the January 6th committee interviews former Trump national security adviser Robert O’Brien.

 

Trump Lawyer’s Lies May Have SEVERE Consequences

Trump is in some serious legal trouble after the FBI seized classified documents from his Mar-a-Lago home and his new attorney Christina Bobb, who is also a former OAN host, may be on the hook as well. Adrienne Lawrence breaks it down on Rebel HQ.

 

Trump Used ‘Burn Bags’ To Destroy Docs, Took Records To Mar-a-Lago

 

Flush Away The Evidence?: The Trump Toilet Obsession Takes A Crooked Turn

 

Trump Fears Indictment As ‘Lock Her Up’ Rallying Cry May Come Back To Haunt Him

 

Andrew Weissmann Predicts ‘The former president will be prosecuted’

Former DOJ prosecutor Andrew Weissmann reacts to the redacted Mar-a-Lago search warrant affidavit that was unsealed and shows Trump mishandled classified documents.

 

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