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Trump Set Up By Biden

New Evidence Clearfly Shows that Biden’sWhite House and the NationalArchives Worked Together To Entrap or Set Up Donald Trump on Classified DOcuments case
By John Livingston
May 5, 2024

Leading Biden White House Advisors worked with the National Archives to develop Special Counsel Jack Smith’s case against Donald Trump involving the former president’s supposed mishandling of categorized product, according to recently unsealed court files in the case pending in southern Florida.

Over 300 pages of previously redacted documents, including e-mails and other interactions related to the initial phases of the search for governmental records, have actually been released, raising questions about public statements made by Joe Biden concerning his knowledge and timing of the case against his political opponent.

Jonathan Su, White House legal representative: In routine touch with National Archives.
The brand-new disclosures show the Department of Justice was in touch with the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) during much of 2021, undermining the DOJ’s claims that it ended up being involved in the matter only after the Archives sent it a criminal recommendation on February 9, 2022, based upon the findings of records with “classified markings” in 15 boxes of materials Trump gave to the Archives a month prior.

The files provided in court, which were put together by Trump’s legal team and formerly private, expose that Jonathan Su, Deputy White House Counsel, kept routine correspondence with officials at Archive.

Although Biden himself is not discussed in the exhibits, the active involvement of Su and other high-ranking White House authorities raises questions about whether Biden was forthright when he told “60 Minutes” he wasn’t involved in the examination.

“I have not requested the specifics of those files,” Biden told Scott Pelley in the Sept. 17 broadcast, “because I don’t wish to get myself in the middle of whether the Justice Department should move or not move on particular actions they could take. I concurred I would not tell them what to do and not participate in telling them how to prosecute or not.”

In January, Trump’s legal team submitted a file with substantial parts blacked out following a court order to hide potentially private information. Later, they requested Judge Aileen Cannon in the Florida district to consider exposing more information by eliminating a few of these redactions.

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Aileen Cannon, administering judge: Unseal the files, she ruled.
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A drawn-out battle ensued as Smith battled to keep big parts of the movement and accompanying displays from the general public. Smith informed Cannon that divulging the material would threaten the investigation and expose potential witnesses and civil servants to “substantial and immediate threats of dangers, intimidation, and harassment.”

However, Cannon, arguing the requirement for public transparency, authorized the unsealing of the files, which were published in mainly unredacted form on April 22. A contrast of the redacted and unredacted product reveals the Archives acted in concert with numerous Biden administration agencies to develop the case– coordination that consisted of the DOJ, the Biden White House, and the intelligence neighborhood.

The Trump case exposed that both President Biden and previous Vice President Mike Pence had likewise kept classified files, with Biden holding onto them for decades, going back to his time in the Senate. Although the National Archives connected to Biden and Pence with demands, they took a more robust approach with Trump.

The National Archives has discovered that around two dozen boxes of files are unaccounted for. This revelation emerged shortly after President Trump’s departure in 2021, when team members from President Biden’s Office of Records Management and the Archives started making formal demands to Trump’s transition team, including previous Chief of Staff Mark Meadows.

Gary Stern, the Archives principal counsel, noting “several conversations” with records workplace workers to discuss “concerns” about product in Trump’s ownership, emailed Trump’s team in May 2021 and inquired to represent “roughly two lots boxes of original Presidential records [that] have not been moved to NARA.”

.Stern did not define the files the Archives desired beyond “original correspondence between President Trump and North Korean Leader Kim Jung-un” and “the letter that President Obama left for President Trump on his first day in office.” An unsealed FBI report indicated the Archives likewise sought the so-called “Sharpiegate” map of Hurricane Dorian that the former president used throughout a 2018 telecasted instruction on the storm’s track.

Despite Trump’s cooperation, David Ferriero, the nationwide archivist selected by Barack Obama in 2009, alerted the shift team a month later on, in June 2021, that he was running “out of patience.”

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By August 2021, Ferriero and Stern touched with DOJ authorities and at least one White House attorney to establish what initially appeared to be a records destruction case against Trump. According to White House visitor logs, Stern consulted with Su on August 12 at the White House.
From that point on, the cooperation in between the White House and Archives accelerated. On Aug. 30, 2021, Ferriero, making unproven accusations that 24 boxes of products were missing out on, alerted Trump’s team, “At this point, I am presuming [packages] have been ruined. In which case, I am obligated to report it to the Hill, the DOJ, and the White House.”

A Trump staffer whose name remains redacted responded, “To my knowledge, absolutely nothing has been destroyed.”

The archives, with obvious guidance from top White House attorneys, pressed forward. On Sept. 1, Stern sent out an email to Ferriero and deputy archivist Debra Wall with the subject line, “Draft Letter to AG re Missing Trump Records.” In the Sept. 1, 2021 e-mail, Stern revealed that he currently had actually “reached out to DOJ counsel about this problem,” which “WH Counsel is now knowledgeable about the problem.”

An accessory to the e-mail consisted of a draft letter from Ferriero to Attorney General Merrick Garland to inform him that presidential records “might have been unlawfully eliminated from U.S. government custody or possibly ruined.”

On September 2, Ferriero met with White House Counsel Dana Remus in her office, likely carrying the draft letter. Regardless of the conference, the draft letter was not sent out, both the Archives and the White House were working on the case independently.

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On Sept. 9, 2021, both Ferriero and Stern met again with Remus and perhaps White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain. (A Sept. 8, 2021, email from Stern described a conference in advance with “Ron and Dana,” perhaps referencing Klain.) The exact same e-mail showed strategies to likewise consult with Su.

Dana Remus, legal advisor to the President, consulted with David Ferriero, the National Archivist, at the White House. In a letter dated October 2021, Remus resolved Ferriero, referencing a notification from September 8th relating to the Select Committee’s request for Trump’s documents. In the letter, Remus challenged Trump’s assertion of benefit in blocking the committee’s early access to his papers.

Nevertheless, the email threads do disappoint any reference to the demands made by the January 6 Committee; instead, the emails exchanged in between the White House and Archives regularly discuss the “Trump boxes.”

Undoubtedly, an e-mail sent on September 15th exposed that Stern had gotten in touch with Su to bring him approximately date on the matter of the missing out on boxes and the argument concerning their number, which he had talked to Su to acquaint him with the issue. Subsequently, Stern notified his coworkers that the White House counsel wanted to set up a call to resolve the issue of the Trump boxes.

After a period of around 7 months of conversations, Trump’s agents turned over 15 boxes to the Archives on January 18, 2022. Shortly after, the White House liaison director at the Archives examined the contents and shared a summary labeled as a “high level overview” with Ferriero, Wall, and others through email.

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Lisa Monaco, deputy attorney general: “Instructed” National Archives attorney Stern on how to proceed.
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While confessing that most of the material consisted of “papers, publications, and printed news articles,” the main claimed the boxes included “lots of categorized records.”

The evaluation led to increased interest from the DOJ. A just recently revealed FBI interview with an official from the Archives exposed that on Jan. 22, Su advised Stern to connect to Lisa Monaco’s workplace, who is the existing deputy attorney general of the United States and a former close adviser to Obama, to prepare for a prospective criminal recommendation. This would mark the Archives’ very first request to the DOJ for an investigation into handling of categorized records.

2 days after that, Monaco’s office offered Stern with directions on what actions to take next. To get recommendations on the procedure of a criminal investigation, two associates from Monaco advised Stern to inform the inspectors general of the Archives and the intelligence community, in addition to Jay Bratt – who is now leading the prosecution of Jack Smith in the categorized files case – and the head of the DOJ public stability system.

According to the unredacted defense motion, Stern followed the DOJ’s guidance and sent information about the 15 boxes to the Archives’ inspector general, who then alerted the intelligence community’s inspector general about a “very high level possible spillage and records management problem.”

The e-mail chain then made its method to Thomas Windom, a prosecutor now charged to Smith’s group on the Jan. 6 case against Trump, on Feb. 1. A criminal recommendation was formally sent to the DOJ on Feb. 9.

2 months after the archives got Trump’s boxes, which he produced voluntarily, the FBI opened on March 30, 2022, what it named the “Plasmic Echo” examination, according to an unsealed FBI file. The probe fixated the “mishandling of classified or nationwide defense details.”

The DOJ’s high-level involvement was exposed through unredactions before a criminal recommendation was gotten. In May 2022, the FBI and a grand jury called on Mar-a-Lago personnel to provide statement. Concurrently, Biden administration authorities were browsing Biden-related websites for classified documents in anticipation of a GOP investigation should Republicans gain control of your home. Additionally, the DOJ provided a subpoena for additional classified records during this duration.

Not pleased with the result– that Trump’s attorneys produced 38 more files to private investigators in June 2022– Garland authorized and the FBI performed a nine-hour raid of Mar-a-Lago in August 2022. After seizing more than 13,000 pieces of proof, prosecutors declared agents discovered another 102 records with classified markings.

In June 2023, Smith, selected in November 2022 to take over the existing examination, charged Trump with 32 counts of “willfully” retaining national defense info, representing a shift from the premise of the initial investigation into more major Espionage Act crimes. (Visitor logs show that Stern consulted with Biden’s special counsel Richard Sauber at the White House the day before Smith revealed the indictment.)

Smith has actually also arraigned Waltine Nauta, Trump’s individual assistant, with blockage, for moving boxes within Mar-a-Lago in an alleged attempt to hide materials from investigators, and another Mar-a-Lago worker, Carlos DeOlivera, for apparently attempting to eliminate security video at the residential or commercial property. All have pleaded innocent.

Another Special Counsel, Robert Hur, was subsequently named to investigate Biden’s retention of classified material, dating as far back as 1977. Although Hur reported that Biden had willfully retained state tricks in unsecured places and unlawfully shared them with a ghostwriter, he concluded that Biden should not be prosecuted for these offenses.

Trump and his co-defendants havefiled movements to dismiss based on selective and vindictive prosecution; Cannon has not yet ruled on those movements.

A May 2024 trial date in Florida has actually been held off due to Trump’s other legal entanglements, which the previous president has actually referred to as a partisan witch hunt to interfere in the 2024
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