Trump handed a federal judge this shocking evidence of Biden’s White House corruption

Democrats thought they had Trump cornered in court. They were flat out wrong.

Because Trump just handed a federal judge evidence of Biden’s staggering White House corruption.

Before their client was indicted, special counsel Jack Smith’s office, the White House, the Department of Justice, and the National Archives and Records Administration had “extensive communications,” according to former president Donald Trump’s attorneys testifying before the federal judge supervising his case involving classified documents.

On social media, journalist Julie Kelly said that the hearing before U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon in Miami on Wednesday had included “bombshell revelations,” one of which was “‘years’ worth of security footage” from Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida.

She also noted that “extensive communications” had taken place between the White House, NARA, intel agencies, and the DOJ/Jack Smith in the lead-up to the indictment.

According to Kelly’s Wednesday X statement, “To emphasize: Trump’s lawyers told Judge Cannon this afternoon they have evidence that the Biden White House collaborated with NARA, DOJ, and intel agencies to determine which documents to include in Jack Smith’s indictment.”

When the FBI searched Mar-a-Lago in August 2022, Just the News stated that the Biden White House had coordinated the action with the Department of Justice and the National Archives.

Earlier this year, the news organization obtained relevant government papers revealing that “White House Deputy Counsel Jonathan Su was engaged in conversations with the FBI, DOJ, and National Archives as early as April.”

According to Just the News, by May, Su had informed the Archives that President Joe Biden would not object to waiving his predecessor’s claims to executive privilege, allowing the DOJ to have a grand jury release an order compelling Trump to hand over any leftover materials he possessed from his time in office.

Interim National Archivist Debra Steidel Wall wrote a letter acknowledging the White House’s involvement to Trump’s attorneys on May 10, 2022.

Wall wrote to Trump attorney Evan Corcoran, “On April 11, 2022, the White House Counsel’s Office formally transmitted a request that NARA provide the FBI access to the 15 boxes for its review within seven days, with the possibility that the FBI might request copies of specific documents following its review of the boxes.” This was an affirmation of a demand from the Department of Justice backed by an FBI document.

The White House counsel told her that Biden gave her the authority to decide whether or not to uphold Trump’s assertion of presidential immunity, and she explained that this is what she did.

“I have therefore decided not to honor the former President’s ‘protective’ claim of privilege,” Wall wrote.

Professor emeritus of law at Harvard, Alan Dershowitz, was shocked to learn that the Biden administration considered it within its power to waive Trump’s executive privilege.

“I was very surprised,” Dershowitz said to Just the News after reviewing Wall’s letter. “The current president should not be able to waive the executive privilege of a predecessor, without the consent of the former president. Otherwise, privilege means nothing. What president will ever discuss anything in private if he knows the man who beat him can and will disclose it?”

Kelly also suggested on Wednesday that the trial over Trump’s sensitive documents would not begin on May 20, 2024.

Attorneys were told by Cannon, “I’m just having a hard time seeing how realistically this work can be accomplished in this compressed period of time, given the realities that we’re facing,” as reported by Politico.

The president’s defense team is requesting that the trial be postponed until after the November elections in 2024.

On Wednesday, Trump’s attorneys informed Cannon that their time would be better spent preparing for the papers case in May rather than the election meddling lawsuit set to begin in Washington in March.

The attorneys argued that the trial for electoral meddling may take months, and would overlap with the papers case in May if the present start date stood.

There are a total of 91 felony charges that have been presented against Donald Trump. These charges have been brought by Democrat prosecutors in New York City and Fulton County, Georgia.

Stay tuned to the DC Daily Journal.

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