Trump attorney Christina Bobb is poised to flip on her boss in the Department of Justice’s criminal probe into whether the former President obstructed justice and illegally kept top secret and classified government materials, telling those in Trump’s circle that she’s willing to talk to federal prosecutors, The Washington Post reported.
BREAKING: Trump lawyer Christina Bobb willing to cooperate with DOJ.
When Washington Post asked her about this, she said "I'm sorry, I'm not allowed to talk about it."
Bobb would be another MAJOR domino, involved in the fake electors, Willard war room, and Mar-a-Lago docs.
— Tristan Snell (@TristanSnell) September 30, 2022
Bobb’s wavering could be a big problem for Trump in his battle to stay out of prison. Not only is the looney Trump loyalist privy to crucial information relevant to the Justice Department’s investigation into violations of the Presidential Records Act, the former One America News host was photographed in the so-called “War Room” at D.C.’s Willard Hotel the day before the Capitol attack with coup co-conspirators and fellow disgraced attorneys Rudy Giuliani and John Eastman.
“Mr. Bannon was in the war room at the Willard on January 6th” – Liz Cheney
While details are thin surrounding who was actually at the Willard Hotel "War Room" a few photos have emerged.
Among those in attendance: Rudy Giuliani, John Eastman, and OANN's Christina Bobb… pic.twitter.com/mpY4kw8ow3
— The Sparrow Project (@sparrowmedia) October 20, 2021
Listed on DOJ’s warrant, Bobb was present when FBI officials visited the former president’s Palm Beach home in June and falsely told the federal officers that all documents belonging to the United States had been returned.
Along with Evan Corcoran—another member of Trump’s legal team—Bobb is facing serious charges that could land them both in jail. The Washington Post wrote:
The evidence laid out in the filing, experts said, could build a legal case that Trump attorneys Evan Corcoran and Christina Bobb obstructed the government’s investigation, allegedly telling FBI agents and prosecutors that they had handed over all classified documents when in fact many remained in Trump’s possession.
When asked about the role the fledgling lawyer and other Trump attorneys had in their boss’ removal and storing of classified records, Taylor Budowich, spokesman for the former president, said in a statement:
While the media wants to focus on gossip, the reality is these witch hunts are dividing and destroying our nation, and President Trump isn’t going to back down.
Maybe not, but it appears those in his legal circle may be going down, giving new meaning to the term MAGA, which should stand for Making Attorneys Get Attorneys.
Original reporting by Rosalind S. Helderman, Josh Dawsey, Carol D. Leonnig, and Perry Stein at The Washington Post.
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