How much bad news can one person get in a day?
Donald Trump is setting the bar on that.
Reports are now coming out that a Trump Mar-a-Lago employee has signed a deal with prosecutors, and that cannot be good for Trump, reported the Washington Examiner.
Walt Nauta is one of two Trump employees charged in the documents case.
Nauta an employee at Mar-a-Lago, as well as being one of two employees that were seen on video footage entering the video room, allegedly at the behest of Trump, to delete video footage regarding the classified documents that were stored at Mar-a-Lago.
As we predicted, when prosecutors turned the screws, another employee rolled over and signed a "non-prosecution agreement" with federal prosecutors.
That employee has been identified as Yuscil Taveras, the head of information technology at Mar-a-Lago.
He is now expected to testify against Trump and Nauta regarding the alleged attempt to obstruct the classified documents investigation, reported The Hill.
While all of the indictments are bad for Trump, this and the January 6 case, in my opinion, are the cases that could cause the most problems for Trump, especially if he decides to take the stand, which Trump has said he is going to do.
If Trump slips on the stand during the January 6 case, prosecutors may try to add charges of insurrection against Trump.
The classified documents case is just as bad, as Trump is facing charges using the Espionage Act.
There has been no hint as to what Taveras will actually say, but I would imagine it is not good if prosecutors are giving him immunity.
I know Trump loyalists are looking forward to seeing Trump testify and think this will be a walk in the park for Trump, but this could be a complete and utter disaster if Trump is found guilty of even a single charge.
The average prison sentence that Trump faces on the 91 charges is just shy of eight years, so any conviction is likely to keep Trump in prison for the remainder of his life.
Trust me, this is no laughing matter.