Summary of BREAKING: Former Trump Lawyer REFUSAL To Lie About Mar-A-Lago Docs Could Be SMOKING GUN

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A new bombshell report from The Washington Post suggests that former Trump lawyer Alex Cannon refused to lie to the National Archives about documents related to Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort. This could be evidence of Trump's obstruction of justice, and criminal charges against Trump are likely to be brought in Washington D.C.

  • 00:00:00 This 1-paragraph summary is about a bombshell report from The Washington Post that one of the Trump Organization lawyers, Alex Cannon, was specifically asked by Donald Trump on or around February of 2022 to tell the National Archives that all records had been returned to the National Archives that Donald Trump improperly took with him stall from the White House and other areas in the government and took and hid in Mar-A-Lago. Cannon refused the directive and believed that there likely could have been other records that he was unaware of that he declined to lie to the National Archives. This report has been reported before, but it's glossed over in the report.
  • 00:05:00 The video discusses how evidence suggests that Trump lawyer Pat Philbin refused to lie about documents at Mar-A-Lago, which could be a smoking gun in the ongoing obstruction of justice investigation. The transcript mentions that the evidence includes government records and top secret classified information, and that Trump's intention was to obstruct justice.
  • 00:10:00 The video discusses the possible implications of a former Trump lawyer refusing to lie about documents related to Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort. The judge who initially authorized the lawyer to refuse to lie may be overturned, and any criminal charges against Trump would likely be brought in Washington D.C.

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