G. McConway
September 8, 2022

Trump Attorney Opens Up on Trump Leaked Documents

Alina Habba, one of former President Donald Trump's attorneys, was not happy with the leaks coming from the DOJ.

This is pretty much what we expected when the government got Trump's records, but it is still very unprofessional.

Habba called the conduct "incredibly disturbing."


Habba, on the leaks, stated, "This is incredibly disturbing to me in terms of leaks coming from the Justice Department."

She continued her attack, stating, "when you have to defend yourself [as the DOJ is currently doing], stories come out. ... And I think that's exactly what they are, just stories."

She then went after the media for their storytelling of the raid, calling it "inconsistent, outrageous, and all over the map."

The final shot from Habba was in how ignorant of all this Joe Biden was acting when he clearly knew what was going on.

Habba claims the review of the DOJ documentation on the raid shows that Biden not only knew about the raid several months ago, but he also had to approve it.

Regardless of how the special master appointment works out, she believes this to be a win for Trump's team because, for the time being, the entire investigation has come to a screeching halt.

She stated, "What people need to remember is that this ruling is an injunction, so at this moment everything has stopped in terms of any investigation they might be having, which is a very big win for the Trump team."

What she did not say is that this will also allow everyone to catch their breath and hopefully dial down the rhetoric just a bit.

Source: Newsmax

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