Trump’s Top Guy Getting Him Arrested In DC?

Former President Donald Trump’s lawyers recently received notice from the Justice Department that Trump is a target of the Mar-a-Lago documents inquiry as reported by NPR.



It is noted that the notice gives lawyers a chance to argue against indictment. People who receive target letters are usually indicted, but not always. Trump, in a post on Truth Social, his social media platform, said: “No one has told me I’m being indicted, and I shouldn’t be because I’ve done NOTHING wrong.”

The notification to the Trump legal team followed the announcement that Mark Meadows, President Trump’s former White House chief of staff, had recently testified before a grand jury.

That panel is weighing the handling of classified documents once Trump left office and alleged obstruction of justice as the government probed the matter, according to a source with direct knowledge.

“Mr. Meadows has maintained a commitment to tell the truth where he has a legal obligation to do so,” George Terwilliger, Meadows’ attorney previously told NPR in a statement.

Though the substance and location of Meadows’ testimony were unclear on Wednesday, the apparent pacing of witness testimony could signal that special counsel Jack Smith’s probe is nearing a conclusion.

These latest developments came amid media reports of a parade of high-profile witnesses testifying over the past few weeks before a grand jury in Florida and in Washington, D.C. Taylor Budowich, a former aide to former President Trump who now leads the Super PAC, MAGA Inc., testified before a grand jury in Miami on Wednesday.

“Today, in what can only be described as a bogus and deeply troubling effort to use the power of government to “get” Trump, I fulfilled a legal obligation to testify in front [of] a federal grand jury and I answered every question honestly,” Budowich tweeted.

But he called the case a “bogus and deeply troubling effort to use the power of government to get Trump.”

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