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A senior aide with oval office access turned on Trump in a secret briefcase of documents

Newly released prosecution evidence reveals that a former Trump White House aide who had daily access to the now ex-president and the Oval Office turned around and cooperated with the FBI.

Here is the portion of the government exhibit where the name of Trump’s former White House aide is redacted:

The list of top White House aides who had access to Trump and the Oval Office every day is not long. One name should transcend all others: former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows.

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Meadows had daily access to Trump and the Oval Office. If Meadows cooperated with the FBI investigation, it would explain how Special Counsel Jack Smith has such detailed knowledge of how the classified documents were handled in the White House and ended up in Trump’s home.

The FBI had someone in the Oval Office while Trump was working with them.

While the criminal trial is underway in Manhattan, a major federal criminal case is still unfolding in Florida.

If Jack Smith can ever get Aileen Cannon out of the way and get this trial moving forward, the classified documents case could make the hush money trial in Manhattan seem like child’s play.

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