The Biden administration has continuously denied that it was given any prior knowledge about the FBI’s raid on Donald Trump. However, newly exposed communications between the White House, the FBI, and the National Archives show that the administration took unusual steps to ensure that such a raid took place.
A new report revealing these communications at Just the News puts the White House’s coodination with the National Archives going back to April, but there are rumblings that the plan to subject the former president to an invasive search goes back to October of last year. Long before it professed no prior knowledge of the raid on Donald Trump’s estate, the Biden White House worked directly with the Justice Department and National Archives to instigate the criminal probe into alleged mishandling of documents, allowing the FBI to review evidence retrieved from Mar-a-Lago this spring and eliminating the 45th president’s claims to executive privilege, according to contemporaneous government documents reviewed by Just the News. The report points to an exchange between the 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.”
The Just the News report points to a “lengthy letter dated May 10 that acting National Archivist Debra Steidel Wall sent Trump’s lawyers summarizing the White House’s involvement.” The issuance of the letter initiated a process that would lead to a grand jury’s decision that the president should hand over all of his documents to the current White House — privileged or not.
“On April 11, 2022, the White House Counsel’s Office — affirming a request from the Department of Justice supported by an FBI letterhead memorandum — […]
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