Even if you doubt the WaPo story, America heard this self-incriminating exchange on CNN's townhall:
"When it comes to your documents, did you ever show those classified documents to anyone?" Kaitlan Collins asked Trump.
"Not really," Trump said.
"What do you mean not really?" Collins responded.
"Not that I can think of," the former president replied then quickly adding that he had "the right to" show them to anybody.
Imagine asking a suspect about any crime then imagine they gave you the same answers Trump did. Question: Did you rape/murder/rob anybody?
Answer: Not really. Not that I can think of.
(Washington Post)Two of Donald Trump's employees moved boxes of papers the day before FBI agents and a prosecutor visited the former president's Florida home to retrieve classified documents in response to a subpoena --- timing that investigators have come to view as suspicious and an indication of possible obstruction, according to people familiar with the matter.
Trump and his aides also allegedly carried out a "dress rehearsal" for moving sensitive papers even before his office received the May 2022 subpoena, according to the people familiar with the matter who spoke on the condition of anonymity to describe a sensitive ongoing investigation.
Prosecutors in addition have gathered evidence indicating that Trump at times kept classified documents in his office in a place where they were visible and sometimes showed them to others, these people said.