DOJ’s New Nightmare; Prosecuting Trump

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The challenge of prosecuting former President Donald Trump for the mishandling of confidential documents has loomed over the Department of Justice since its investigation began. The possibility of indictment will be even trickier for prosecutors to navigate now that President Joe Biden is facing his own scandal of a similar nature.

Theoretically, the latest developments involving Biden should have no legal effect on the DOJ’s probe into Trump, but realistically, “it changes everything,” former federal prosecutor and president of West Coast Trial Lawyers Neama Rahmani told Newsweek.

On Monday, the White House revealed that the DOJ and the National Archives and Records Administration are reviewing the circumstance surrounding a “small number” of Obama-era government documents that were found in a locked closet of an office used by Biden from 2017 to 2020—after his time as vice president and before he announced his candidacy for president.


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