On Wednesday, an acquaintance of former President Trump testified before a federal grand jury hearing evidence regarding Trump’s handling of secret materials in Florida.
“Today, in what can only be described as a bogus and deeply troubling effort to use the power of government to ‘get’ Trump, I fulfilled a legal obligation to testify in front a federal grand jury, and I answered every question honestly,” Taylor Budowich, a former Trump spokesperson, wrote on Twitter.
Today, in what can only be described as a bogus and deeply troubling effort to use the power of government to “get” Trump, I fulfilled a legal obligation to testify in front a federal grand jury and I answered every question honestly.
America has become a sick and broken…
— Taylor Budowich (@TayFromCA) June 7, 2023
“America has become a sick and broken nation—a decline led by Joe Biden and power-hungry Democrats,” he continued. “I will not be intimidated by government weaponization.” The need to unite our country and make America great again has never been more apparent to me than it is today.”
Budowich previously worked as Trump’s spokeswoman after he departed the White House. He is now the CEO of MAGA Inc., a super PAC supporting the former president’s candidacy for reelection in 2024.
The testimony at the Florida grand jury meeting is the latest phase in special counsel Jack Smith’s inquiry into whether Trump mishandled secret documents after leaving office in 2021.
A flurry of recent activities has fueled speculation and predictions from legal experts that Smith is preparing to indict Trump.
Earlier this week, Trump’s lawyers, including Smith, met with Justice Department officials. Experts believe the meeting will allow Trump’s legal team to discuss their concerns about the investigation.
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After Trump left office, the National Archives spent months pursuing the return of presidential papers, with Trump’s team eventually turning over a tranche that included roughly 200 classified records.
This sparked the Justice Department inquiry, which led to the August search of the property, where the FBI discovered more than 100 more secret documents.
Trump has argued that he had the right to grab the materials and could declassify them unilaterally without going through any legal process.
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