INDICTMENT INEVITABLE?! New Mar-a-Lago Report Has Experts Saying ‘YES’!

Donald Trump certainly has escaped some serious litigious trouble throughout his career in American pop culture, but some experts are believing to think that his luck may have run out.

That’s because at least one of Trump’s Mar-a-Lago employee is now telling a quite strange story – one that appears to saddle Trump with some serious legal culpability.

A bevy of legal experts, reacting to new explosive reporting about the Mar-a-Lago documents investigation, is convinced there is now enough evidence to charge former President Donald Trump with crimes.

Fresh details about the politically charged Justice Department inquiry, reported by the Washington Post and others on Wednesday, revealed a Trump employee told federal investigators that Trump himself ordered the moving of boxes stocked with records following a May subpoena for classified material, and security footage corroborated the account.

Government investigators are working to determine whether Trump committed a host of crimes, including those engaged with the destruction of government documents, mishandling of classified information, and obstruction.

Legal scholars had a bleak prognosis for Trump:

“There it is,” national security lawyer Bradley Moss tweeted.

“Between this and the testimony of Alex Cannon (to name just two recent developments) Trump’s MAL goose is cooked. As I have oft said, the issue is no longer the proof, but DOJ’s will. Trump worker told FBI about moving MAL boxes on Trump’s orders,” tweeted former Mueller “pit bull” prosecutor Andrew Weissmann.

Weissmann was referring to the Trump-appointed federal judge presiding over the documents case who sided with the former president in allowing a special master to review documents taken by the FBI in an August raid of Mar-a-Lago to root out privileged material.

Trump has long enjoyed the nickname “Teflon Don”, due to his opponents’ inability to make any legal trouble stick to him.  There’s no telling whether or not this is the end of that line or not for that moniker.


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