‘Incriminating Evidence’: Trump Audio Reveals ‘Bad Intent’ On Stolen Classified Documents

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The Trump classified documents scandal taking a new turn. Some records of the Trump White House are still missing from the National Archives. A newly released interview by 2021, Trump shows that he is being confronted about taking documents. He appears to have changed his story. Former U.S. acting U.S. Former acting U.S. Solicitor General Neal Katyal said that this evidence is “incriminating” as it shows “some kind of bad intent >> Subscribe to MSNBC:

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