The liberals are getting desperate to find something they can charge President Trump with in order to prevent him from taking office again. The most recent corrupt act was the raiding of Mar-a-Lago, looking for documents from his presidency that he did not leave behind. That would be a violation of the Presidential Records Act. They car4ted off boxes from Trump’s estate set forth to examine their haul.
So, what did they find? Boxes containing gifts, moments, and letters from world leaders. Has anyone been investigated more than President Trump? Prisons are full of people who were investigated less. But, through it all, the Dem9crats have been unable to find a single thing against him. The two impeachment trials were complete duds and would not have been allowed in any court in the land. With the exception of corrupt Judge Amy Berman Jackson.
Every recent president has been found to be in violation of the Presidential Records Act, but the media is playing this up because it’s Donald Trump.
Perhaps you can remember that the Clintons made off with $28,000 dollars worth of furniture and $190,000 worth of china, flatware, rugs, televisions, sofas, and other gifts. They returned the furniture and agreed to pay $86,000 dollars for the gifts worth $190,000 dollars, less than half.
The Washington Post reported:
President Donald Trump improperly removed multiple boxes from the White House that were retrieved by the National Archives and Records Administration last month from his Mar-a-Lago residence because they contained documents and other items that should have been turned over to the agency, according to three people familiar with the visit.
The recovery of the boxes from Trump’s Florida resort raises new concerns about his adherence to the Presidential Records Act, which requires the preservation of memos, letters, notes, emails, faxes and other written communications related to a president’s official duties.
Trump advisers deny any nefarious intent and said the boxes contained mementos, gifts, letters from world leaders and other correspondence. The items included correspondence with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, which Trump once described as “love letters,” as well as a letter left for his successor by President Barack Obama, according to two people familiar with the contents.
Discussions between the Archives and the former president’s lawyers that began last year resulted in the transfer of the records in January, according to one person familiar with the conversations. Another person familiar with the materials said Trump advisers discussed what had to be returned in December. People familiar with the transfer, like others, spoke on the condition of anonymity to reveal internal details.