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Trump's theft of 'public property,' according to a Watergate lawyer, can be used to bar him from holding office in the future.

Watergate's former lawyer, Jill Wayne Banks, filed the case on "The Sunday Show" on MSNBC that Donald Trump's taking and keeping documents at Mar-a - Some of those close to Lago's position described that Lago's exclusion from Mundaf was highly classified.

Trump is facing a problem that prevents him from taking any position in the future :-

 Watergate's former lawyer, Jill Wayne Banks, filed the case on "The Sunday Show" on MSNBC that Donald Trump's taking and keeping documents at Mar-a - Some of those close to Lago's position described that Lago's exclusion from Mundaf was highly classified.

There's a lot of trouble in the White House؟ Host Jonathan Kephart asked.



  • "It's against the law," the lawyer explained. At an old time, the authorities said, we got very classified documents and they were put under public surveillance.
  • The exclusion of part of all property belonging to the authorities was not positive in law


  • "Right now, we have an 18-minute gap in Watergate, a gap in phone records, a gap in social media accounts, and these 15 packs of leaked documents," she explained.taken.

  • and He stated, "It's public property." It doesn't belong to Donald Trump; it belongs to the people of the United States, and it should have been donated to the archives. When he was gone The penalty might include the incapacity to hold public office, the loss of office, or a combination of the two. or the rejection of future office, according to the White House. That's a good kick for what he did. "



Records and Documents Information :-


  1- Items marked "secret" were among 15 boxes of White House records taken from the property of former President Donald Trump, Mar-a-Lago, last month, according to the National Archives and Records Administration.


  2- The National Archive also reported that the Trump administration has "failed to properly seize" all of the White House & apos previous and major social media posts.


  3- David Ferriero, Secretary of the United States Archives, revealed the information in two letters to the House Oversight and Reform Committee. Some information recovered from Mar-a-Lago has been clearly identified as confidential.



Ferriero wrote in one letter that the archive had "discovered documents classified as classified national security information within the boxes."


In that letter, Ferriero told Chief Superintendent Caroline Maloney, DNY, that the discovery of such classified material in Trump Palm Beach, Florida, prompted NARA employees to contact the Justice Department.

According to the National Archives, all 15 of these funds were supposed to be delivered to the agency directly from the White House as soon as Trump left office in January 2021, as required by law.



Save all documents :-

All relevant materials, such as documents, photographs, correspondence and bulletins, must be kept and submitted to the National Archives as soon as the President leaves office, in accordance with the Presidential Records Act.


The archives have identified some social media records that have not been seized and kept by the Trump administration, according to Ferriero's letter, and "some White House employees have conducted official business using informal email accounts that have not been copied or sent to their accounts." Official e-mail accounts, as required by law."