Unveiling Coordination: Biden Administration’s Involvement in Trump Document Case Revealed

The federal judge in Donald Trump’s classified documents case has mandated prosecutors to disclose their coordination with the Biden administration, previously hidden by special counsel Jack Smith.

The unredacted evidence reveals Smith’s close collaboration with top Biden officials and the DOJ, urging Trump to return classified documents and sometimes delaying communication until vetted by Biden’s attorneys.

Investigative reporter Julie Kelly exposed Smith’s actions, highlighting documents that reveal National Archives counsel Gary Stern’s admission that material collection under the Presidential Records Act can extend beyond a presidency. Despite U.S.

Attorney General Merrick Garland’s claims of independence, evidence suggests the probe was upgraded with his approval. The unredacted documents also show attempts to keep Trump uninformed, fueling claims that the Biden administration “weaponized” the Presidential Records Act. Further disclosures unveil extensive DOJ and FBI coordination before the 2022 Mar-a-Lago raid, involving multiple agencies and personnel.

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