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President Trump Was Betrayed By Obama and His RINO Allies.

Bill Barr, Trump'S Ag Undermined Trump At Every Opportunity, Said There Was No Evidence Of
Bill Barr, Trump’S Ag Undermined Trump At Every Opportunity, Said There Was No Evidence Of
President Trump Was Betrayed By Obama and His RINO ALlies From the Start of His Administration in 2017. 
By John Livingston
April 2, 2024

Surrounded By Traitirs to the American People, Trump’s Efforts To Reveal, Disclose, and Stop the Massive Electoral Fraud Were Undermined by Malignant MAGA Foes Planted by the Obama Junta and Their RINO  Allies Throughout His First Administration.

The White House attorney for Trump admitted to devising a senior DOJ official to fraud during the 2020 election. The DOJ did not look into any of the reported occurrences by the GOP, and the courts were complicit in this effort.

Mind you, the Democrats are going after all of Trump’s staffers and lawyers. This most current bombshell revelation was revealed in a court case to disbar Jeff Clark, an ex-US Department of Justice official, and Donald Trump’s co-defendant in the Georgia 2020 “election interference” case.

Previous Trump Deputy White House counsel Pat Philbin provided his first public statement about the final days of the Trump presidency because leaving his post in 2021.
Philbin affirmed that Trump had wished to change the management of the Justice Department with Jeffrey Clark, a DOJ authority who thought the election fraud should be investigated.

” I believe that he felt a sense of obligation,” Philbin stated, according to the report, of his longtime colleague. “I think Jeff thought there was a nationwide crisis, and he saw this as a chance to make a favorable impact.”

Philbin warned Clark that if Trump overturned the election results, riots would appear in all significant American cities. In action, Clark mentioned the Insurrection Act as a possible course of action, according to Philbin.

“I attempted to describe to him that it was a bad concept for multiple factors,” Philbin stressed in his statement. “He would be beginning down a course of ensured failure … If by some miracle somehow, it worked, there ‘d be riots in every significant city in the nation and it was not an outcome the country would accept.”

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Bill Barr, Trump’S Ag Undermined Trump At Every Opportunity, Said There Was No Evidence Of

Breaking news form the left wing Politico:

‘Assured failure’: Ex-White House attorney offers new details of last days of Trump’s 2020 election gambit

“Trump’s Legal Woes Deepen”

Pat Philbin, the deputy White House counsel of Donald Trump, was feeling anxious.

With the accreditation of Joe Biden’s success in the 2020 election by Congress simply days away, Trump restored a strategy to change the Justice Department’s leadership with Jeffrey Clark, a relatively unknown official, who Trump thought would lead a detailed effort throughout the country to assist him keep his hold on power.

Philbin connected to Clark, a former colleague from their time interacting in a private firm because the 1990s, in an attempt to deter him.

“I tried to discuss to him that it was a bad concept for multiple reasons,” Philbin remembered Tuesday at a long-delayed disbarment hearing for Clark. “He would be starting down a path of guaranteed failure … If by some miracle in some way, it worked, there ‘d be riots in every major city in the nation and it was not an outcome the country would accept.”

Philbin has now spoken openly for the very first time about the tumultuous final days of Trump’s presidency, considering that his departure from the White House. While he has previously testified before the Jan. 6 select committee and the federal grand jury that resulted in Trump’s indictment for attempting to secure a 2nd term, neither a transcript nor recording of his statements has actually been revealed.

Philbin’s account of his exchanges with Clark provided fresh insight into Trump’s vigorous attempts to change the Justice Department in support of his efforts to keep power following his election loss. This revealing statement comes over three years after a mob of pro-Trump rioters attacked the Capitol. It was preceded by testament from Richard Donoghue, a previous acting deputy attorney general of the United States.

The pair of people detailed a situation at the White House where all limits were overlooked, as even far conspiracy theories about election fraud to Trump, who welcomed such claims excitedly. According to them, Clark also supported some of these claims.