According to CNN, the former president has submitted tapes of interviews with media and book authors to the special counsel investigating him.
Special Counsel Jack Smith is conducting two investigations into President Trump, one related to mishandling classified documents while in office and another related to Trump’s role in the Jan. 6 riots. It is a thing.
Earlier this month, President Trump was indicted on 37 felony counts related to an investigation into classified documents, and a Jan. 6 investigation is ongoing.
The interview tape given to Smith dealt with Trump’s relationship with General Mark Milley, the report said. Millie was chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
It’s likely not as egregious as the audiotapes included in President Trump’s indictment in the classified documents case, according to people familiar with the matter, who discussed the records he had in his possession and showed classified records to guests. It is said that
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Following the discovery of the recordings, federal prosecutors have subpoenaed all of Trump’s recordings related to the incident, including information on Milley and the U.S. military.
President Trump has pleaded not guilty to all 37 charges, calling the investigation a “witch hunt” and “politically motivated.”
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