VT: Sources tell us that since Trump brought a truckload of carefully selected White House documents, some Top Secret, to Mar-a-Lago, the reputed pedo whorehouse, visitors from abroad have been attending auctions of a sort…
There is no record of what Trump took or where items are. Trump was ‘handling,’ destroying, flushing, evidence tied to criminal acts cited in both the Mueller Report (nobody has seen any of the juicy stuff and Mueller has ‘disappeared) and in his two impeachments.
These are all felonies…obstruction…sedition…treason…where we strongly suspect Trump was and is working against the US on behalf of his criminal masters of the Kosher Nostra….
Archives threatened to go to Congress and Justice Department to get Trump to turn over records
(CNN) Worried that a trove of White House records that had been brought to Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate contained classified material, a top official in the former President’s orbit warned his aides last fall: Do not touch those boxes.
The senior official in Trump’s inner circle did not want to risk exposing sensitive materials to aides who may have lacked the appropriate security clearances, according to a person familiar with the matter.
The boxes, which were being stored at the time in Trump’s personal suite at his Florida club, had landed on the National Archives and Records Administration’s radar after officials there noticed that several items were missing from their catalog of Trump White House records.
In May 2021, the realization that important items from Trump’s time in office — including some of his correspondence with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un and infamous Sharpie-altered map of Hurricane Dorian — were not transferred to the Archives at the end of his presidency prompted NARA officials to contact Trump’s team.
Longtime Archives lawyer Gary Stern first reached out to a person from the White House counsel’s office who had been designated as the President Records Act point of contact about the record-keeping issue, hoping to locate the missing items and initiate their swift transfer back to NARA, said multiple sources familiar with the matter.
The person had served as one of Trump’s impeachment defense attorneys months earlier and, as deputy counsel, was among the White House officials typically involved in ensuring records were properly preserved during the transfer of power and Trump’s departure from office.
But after an extended back and forth over several months and after multiple steps taken by Trump’s team to resolve the issue, Stern sought the intervention of another Trump attorney last fall as his frustration mounted over the pace of the document turnover. A spokesperson for Trump did not return a request for comment.
In a statement on Thursday, Trump claimed the boxes that had been brought to Mar-a-Lago “contained letters, records, newspapers, magazines and various articles” that are to be featured in his presidential library “someday.”
“The papers were given easily and without conflict and on a very friendly basis,” he said.
One source familiar with the situation says the document turnover has “not been fully resolved” and says Trump is still in possession of documents the Archives wants.
The Archives hinted at this in a statement earlier this week. Of course none of that was true…