‘Bi-polar’ Biden DOJ ‘different treatment’ of Biden, Trump docs case: Trump lawyers

Trump’s lawyer, Jim Trusty, said that the Biden Justice Department is “criminalizing something that is not a crime” in the case of former President Donald Trump on the matter “One Kingdom with Brian Kilmeade.”

JIM TRUSTEE: Under the Presidential Records Act, the way to resolve it is through cooperation, negotiation and the worst, a government lawsuit filed by one side or the other. In other words, the archivist or the president. What we’re in is a situation where President Trump went down to Mar-a-Lago right away, said, “You don’t get a boat, you don’t get access to classified information. like other presidents. do.” They take that away from him right from the start, maybe that’s a bad sign. They began to negotiate and talk, then he turned 15 boxes worth of materials.

KEVIN MCCARTHY SAYS DOJ TREATMENT OF TRUMP, BIDEN CLASSIFIED DOCUMENT INVESTIGATION “NOT WORKING COMPETENT”

Thousands of pages of material will be submitted to the National Archives in, I think, January. In the following months, there is a jury trial, which is unheard of, a criminal investigation tool used by the Department of Justice because they want to punish the president’s conflicts, which did not happen. enough in history and probably never will. it happens again, right, so it happens. There are discussions, negotiations. Go to June, and they say, “Hey, can we come down?” The president has let it come down Mar-a-Lago, let them see the storeroom and say, “Anything you need, just ask.” Well, all they said was to put a lock on the door, and he did. And two months later, with nothing in between, they decide, well, let’s break the lock and go in and take things. So there is a very different way to punish something that is not a crime.

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