“I think this is clearly a situation where they’re looking for a way that they can easily prosecute President Trump. They want to do it under a national security-type guise because they can hide things from the public, so they can say, oh, we can’t tell you, we can’t give you the details because it’s privileg– oh, it’s confidential information subject to national security concerns that we can’t tell you but we’re just going to prosecute the most famous, umm erm umm, the most popular president, and probably the most famous president in American history. So, um, it’s, er, cloak and dagger tryin’ ta shield what they’re doing and prevent the American public from really understanding it and it, it’s disgusting.”
Set aside the fact that by no measure was Trump either the most popular or the most famous president in American history: If Trump is being investigated for illegally possessing classified documents, he and his soon-to-be-contracting-with-a-collections-agency lawyer should simply release the subject matter of all the government files they absconded with to Mar-a-Lago…. which would just prove that Trump fled DC with information that rightfully and legally belonged to the American people. She’s literally admitting Trump had material he shouldn’t have, not understanding that his very possession of these documents, classified or not, is a crime under the Presidential Records Act.