29 November 2022

Washington: A former employee of Donald Trump told federal agents the former president asked that boxes of records be moved within his Florida residence after receiving a government subpoena demanding their return, according to a Washington Post report. The testimony of the key witness, coupled with surveillance footage the justice department also obtained, represents some of the strongest known evidence to date of possible obstruction of justice by the former president.

Aide: Trump ordered boxes
Aide: Trump ordered boxes

New York Times separately reported on Wednesday that Trump aide Walt Nauta has captured on security camera footage from Trump’s Mar – a – Lago estate in Palm Beach moving boxes out of a storage area at the center of the investigation. It was unclear whether the employee cited in Wednesday’s Washington Post report was Nauta or a different staff member, according to the Times, which cited three unnamed people familiar with the matter.

The FBI conducted a court-approved search on August 8 at Mar – a – Lago, seizing more than 11,000 documents, including about 100 marked as classified. The employee who was working at Mar – a Lago was cooperating with the Justice Department and had been interviewed multiple times by federal agents, the Post reported.

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