DOJ’s defense of the ex-president in the E. Jean Carroll lawsuit contradicts Trump’s own lawyers and compromises the Mar-a-Lago probe.
Judge Aileen Cannon has approved one of Donald Trump’s picks to review the documents seized from Mar-a-Lago.
Neither side is ready to give an inch.
It’s well past time for the Justice Department to stop coddling the rogue ex-president and get to the bottom of his assault on U.S. national security.
DOJ’s latest filing suggests the proximity of Trump’s personal identification to top secret government documents could prove the former president is personally culpable.
It’s a completely unnecessary obstacle to holding the former president accountable.
There is little left for the Justice Department to do but decide whether to wait until after the midterms to formally seek the indictment from the grand jury.