G. McConway
March 18, 2023

Trump Staffers at Mar-a-Lago Subpoenaed for Investigation

Donald Trump just got some more bad news that could impact his presidential run.

In addition to everything else he has going on right, Mar-a-Lago staffers were just subpoenaed over the handling of Trump's classified documents.

Clearly, the Department of Justice is not just playing games here, as the administration is throwing everything it has at him to have him removed from the election.

Out for Blood

The DOJ is clearly hoping they can crack Trump's inner circle to get some firsthand information on what happened with the handling of all the classified documents at Trump's Mar-a-Lago home.

The subpoenas are coming from Special Counsel Jack Smith.

According to the CNN report, "Smith is looking for testimony from people in Trump's inner circle, including Mar-a-Lago staffers, seeking an insight into things they may have seen or heard while working at the estate."

One source told CNN, "They're casting an extremely wide net – anyone and everyone who might have seen something."

Smith is also going after Trump's defense attorney, Evan Corcoran, who had refused to answer questions during a grand jury appearance about his conversations with Trump regarding the documentation.

Smith is hoping to breach attorney-client privilege on the ground it may have been part of advancing a crime or fraud.

The original warrant was issued by U.S. Magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart, which gave authorities permission to seize "all physical documents and records constituting evidence, contraband, fruits of crime, or other items illegally possessed."

Roughly 20 boxes were hauled out of Trump's home, but that was far from the end of the drama, according to Fox News.

Reports immediately surfaced that Trump had documents in other locations.

Yet, we are seeing Joe Biden being treated completely differently by the DOJ. There have been no publicized raids and Biden is surely not facing the same heat that Trump is on this front.

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