Special Counsel Jack Smith has subpoenaed multiple U.S. Secret Service agents implicated in security details of former President Trump. ABC News Reported on Monday.
Former President Trump wrote in a post on TruthSocial Monday night that “special ‘prosecutor’ Jack Smith… leaked a ton of information to the Washington Compost.”
“Do you think this is illegal and, much to the chagrin of his Trump-hating wife and family, this far-left lunatic will be prosecuted? but I’m not!”
Investigators are scheduled to testify on Friday, just three days after the former president was scheduled to be arraigned on another matter, according to anonymous sources. fox news.
The subpoenas relate to alleged mishandling of classified documents stored at the former president’s home in Mar-a-Lago, near Palm Beach, in southern Florida.
As TheBlaze reported on Sunday, Trump spokesman Steven Cheung called the special counsel’s investigation a “witch hunt” that was “unfounded in fact or law.” He described prosecutors and the Justice Department as “crazy.”
Cheung was responding to a report from an exclusive, anonymous source in Sunday’s December 2018 issue. washington post The DOJ has amassed a large body of “fresh” evidence of alleged sabotage related to the Mar-a-Lago attack on March 8.
The evidence includes texts and emails from former staffers, according to the Post. Investigators are reportedly looking into the possibility that the former president obstructed justice by walking through a box containing classified material after receiving a subpoena in May.
Meanwhile, President Trump is due to be arraigned in Manhattan later today after being indicted by a grand jury last week.
Today’s lawsuit concerns payments made by former Trump attorney Michael Cohen to adult film actor Stormy Daniels.
As of this writing, the indictment remains sealed. But Monday evening Michael Isikoff Trump called on district attorney Alvin Bragg to resign and indict him over the leaks.
A spokesperson for the Secret Service and Smith declined to comment to Fox News regarding subpoenas for Secret Service agents in the Mar-a-Lago sabotage incident. A spokesperson for Smith’s office also declined to comment for her to ABC.
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