In a resurfaced video clip on social media, popular musician Kid Rock joined in for an interview with Tucker Carlson. Speaking of Donald Trump showing maps to people who did not possess a security clearance, here is what Kid Rock said to Tucker Carlson, which seems relevant with Donald Trump’s secret documents indictment: “We’re looking at maps and sh**. I’m like, you know, I’m like, ‘Am I supposed to be like, in on this sh*t?'”
Speaking of showing maps to people who did not possess a security clearance…
Kid Rock to Tucker Carlson: "We're looking at maps and shit. I'm like, you know, I'm like, 'Am I supposed to be like, in on this shit?'" pic.twitter.com/xJuk9l2x3J
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Conservative lawyer and Washington Post columnist George Conway was astonished by what he said is an “airtight” federal case against former President Donald Trump.
The Department of Justice recently unsealed an indictment on Friday charging Trump with 37 counts related to the former president’s retention of a trove of documents that “included information regarding defense and weapons capabilities of both the United States and foreign counties; United States nuclear programs; potential vulnerabilities of the United States and its allies to military attack; and plans for possible retaliation in response to foreign attack.”
Appearing on Friday’s installment of The Situation Room on CNN, Conway offered his reaction.
“It’s devastating,” he said of the obstruction part of the indictment. “You can take almost any page or paragraph and you basically have proof beyond a reasonable doubt.”
Conway pointed to notes taken by a Trump attorney about what the former president had told him regarding the boxes of documents.
“I don’t want anybody looking, I don’t want anybody looking through my boxes, I really don’t,” Conway read from paragraph 54 of the complaint. “[W]hat happens if we just don’t respond at all?… Wouldn’t it be better if we just told them we don’t have anything here?”