Trump Allegedly Commits Crime With Foreign Billionaire

In a recent explosive revelation reported by ABC News, it has come to light that former President Donald Trump is alleged to have divulged sensitive information regarding U.S. submarines to a foreign billionaire. According to unnamed sources, this startling disclosure occurred when Trump shared these secrets with an Australian billionaire, Anthony Pratt, who happened to be a member of Trump’s exclusive Palm Beach club, Mar-a-Lago.



The chain of events that followed this revelation is equally concerning, as Pratt purportedly disseminated this sensitive information to an extensive network of individuals. Reportedly, he shared the classified details with “more than a dozen foreign officials, several of his own employees, and a handful of journalists.” One former Mar-a-Lago employee expressed their astonishment and discomfort at the former president’s casual approach to sharing such classified information.

According to the account provided by Pratt and conveyed by these sources, the conversation about submarines was not a new topic between Pratt and Trump. Pratt broached the subject, suggesting that Australia should consider procuring submarines from the United States. Trump, allegedly excited by the prospect, leaned in close to Pratt, ostensibly in a bid to maintain discretion. It was at this juncture that Trump purportedly shared two critical pieces of information about U.S. submarines: the exact number of nuclear warheads they routinely carry and the precise proximity they can supposedly maintain to a Russian submarine without being detected.

According to Pratt’s account, as described by the sources, Pratt told Trump he believed Australia should start buying its submarines from the United States, to which an excited Trump – “leaning” toward Pratt as if to be discreet – then told Pratt two pieces of information about U.S. submarines: the supposed exact number of nuclear warheads they routinely carry, and exactly how close they supposedly can get to a Russian submarine without being detected.

In emails and conversations after meeting with Trump, Pratt described Trump’s remarks to at least 45 others, including six journalists, 11 of his company’s employees, 10 Australian officials, and three former Australian prime ministers, the sources told ABC News.

The gravity of the situation deepens as it is revealed that Pratt did not keep this information to himself. In the aftermath of his meeting with Trump, Pratt described the former president’s remarks to a staggering number of individuals, totaling at least 45 recipients. This included six journalists, 11 of Pratt’s own company employees, 10 Australian officials, and even three former Australian prime ministers. It is worth noting that Pratt himself expressed uncertainty about the veracity of the information Trump shared, questioning whether it was genuine or merely “bluster.”

The implications of this revelation are significant, and Special Counsel Jack Smith’s team is reported to be investigating these allegations in connection with Trump’s classified documents case. As of now, neither Trump nor Pratt’s representatives have offered any comment or response to this alarming story as reported by ABC News.

Harrison Carter
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