Trump demands the Classified Documents indictment be WITHDRAWN and the DOJ Apologize

Trump demands the Classified Documents indictment be WITHDRAWN and the DOJ Apologize

 Taking files from the White House was ‘allowed’ ~Donald Trump

[A note from (TLB) editors. We notice the Daily Mail goes out of it’s way to leave the impression that ‘Trump is Wrong’ by posting only ‘left leaning legal experts’.]


  • The former president made his claims in a Truth Social post on Friday
  • His suggestion that he could remove classified files has been heavily contested by legal experts 
  • Trump entered a not guilty plea over 37 charges at a court room in Miami on Tuesday

Donald Trump has called on the Department of Justice to apologize and withdraw its indictment against him over his alleged mishandling of classified White House files.

The 77-year-old former president made his demands on his Truth Social platform on which he has lashed out at DOJ officials for bringing the case against him.

It comes just days after he appeared in court in Miami, Florida, on 37 different charges related to the documents and alleged obstruction of justice.

Donald Trump appeared in Miami’s federal court on Tuesday afternoon. He was flanked by his lawyers Todd Blanche (left) and Christopher Kise (on the right of the picture). The figure on the far left in Walt Nauta, a long-time aide who has also been charged in the case

He posted a Wall Street Journal article penned by Judicial Watch attorney Michael Bekesha that echoed the president’s talking points on the case.

The real estate mogul points to the Presidential Records Act and claims that the legislation allowed him to declassify some documents, including those linked to national security.

Trump’s claim is untrue. The law in question, created after the 1978 Watergate scandal, requires the preservation of White House documents as property of the U.S. government.

But outgoing commanders-in-chief may remove files that are personal in nature.

‘The definition of ‘personal records’ is narrow, clear, and functional: it includes only records of a ‘purely private or nonpublic character,’ said Peter Margulies, a professor at Roger Williams University’s School of Law in Bristol, Rhode Island.

He said ‘any record that touches on information relevant to presidential decisions on foreign policy or national security is a presidential record. Period, end of story.’

There is little chance of Attorney General Merrick Garland and special counsel Jack Smith withdrawing the case

The Trump-hunting prosecutor is seeking the former president’s conviction on 37 counts, including offenses under the Espionage Act, that could potentially land him up to 100 years in jail.

But prosecuting lawyers must first convince a Florida jury that Trump is guilty of hoarding classified documents and refusing government demands to give them back.

They have investigated the transfer of presidential files to his Mar-a-Lago Florida estate since last year.

A handout photo of the documents that prosecutors allege contain classified files illegally removed by Donald Trump on leaving the White HouseA handout photo of the documents that prosecutors allege contain classified files illegally removed by Donald Trump on leaving the White House


The controversy has even boosted his standing in the polls and allowed him to raise money from supporters who see a ‘deep state’ plot to take him out of the 2024 race.

A dinner at his New Jersey Bedminster golf club on Tuesday evening, immediately after his Florida court appearance, reportedly raised $2 million.


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