The President of the United States and his administration were closely involved with the Department of Justice's unconstitutional probe into President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago home.
The report comes from government documents reviewed by Just The News.
"Several correspondences between Trump’s attorneys and members of the Biden administration revealed that the federal government appeared poised to waive Trump’s claims of executive privilege over documents that Trump kept at Mar-a-Lago until earlier this year," reported Breitbart News.
Just the News reported:
The memos show then-White House Deputy Counsel Jonathan Su was engaged in conversations with the FBI, DOJ and National Archives as early as April, shortly after 15 boxes of classified and other materials were voluntarily returned to the federal historical agency from Trump’s Florida home.
By May, Su conveyed to the Archives that President Joe Biden would not object to waiving his predecessor’s claims to executive privilege, a decision that opened the door for DOJ to get a grand jury to issue a subpoena compelling Trump to turn over any remaining materials he possessed from his presidency.
"Trump has routinely criticized the FBI for conducting the 'illegal' raid on Mar-a-Lago. In addition, the former president has explained that he would have complied with further document requests from law enforcement had they asked," reported Breitbart News.
"My attorneys and representatives were cooperating fully, and very good relationships had been established. The government could have had whatever they wanted, if we had it," Trump wrote on his platform Truth Social.
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