Attorney Warns Of Trump’s Relentless Retaliation
An attorney for former President Donald Trump has warned of the former president’s retaliation when he takes back the White House in 2024.
Alina Habba, an attorney for Donald Trump, made the remark when she took the stage at the annual Turning Point USA’s (TPUSA) AmericaFest conference. The attorney warned that the former president could come after his successor, President Joe Biden, for mishandling classified files.
Special Counsel Jack Smith indicted the former president in Florida for allegedly mishandling classified files. The FBI raided Trump’s house at Mar-a-Lago late last year. Few days after the FBI raided Trump’s residence, Biden’s lawyers discovered that the president also took classified documents home. Some of them were found sprawled on the ground in his garage in his Delaware home, while others were found at his office. Biden took those files while he was vice president.
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Habba told the TPUSA crows that, unlike Trump, the Presidential Records Act does not absolve Biden while he was vice president.
“Because he wasn’t president when he took his boxes in six different locations; in Chinatown; in his car next to his son, who’s doing God knows what with God knows who,” Habba said, explaining that Biden should not be afforded the presidential immunity. “But that is what they do. They hide what they’ve done by going after Trump. Look at the shiny ball, everybody. Don’t look at us.”
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Habba suggested that she could take a position in the Trump administration to investigate the former president’s prosecutions.
“That’s what they do. They hide what they’ve done by going after Trump,” Habba said. “Well, they’ve got one year and then we’re going to be looking at them. Deep and hard.“I’ll tell you right now, if I’m in Washington, I’ll be relentless too.”
Jack Smith also indicted Trump in connection to the January 6 protest. That case is currently on hold as the Supreme Court is set to hear arguments on whether Trump’s actions on the day of the protest are protected by presidential immunity.