Few Trump-era mysteries are as intriguing as what the 45th president said to Vladimir Putin in at least a dozen rambling, off-the-cuff calls and meetings over four years. Understanding what was said between the two could help illuminate whether Trump ever revealed sensitive information or struck any deals with the Kremlin leader that could take the new administration by surprise.
Now that President Joe Biden is in the White House, he can see for himself. “They don’t need our approval to see those [records],” a former Trump White House official said, referring to the new Biden national security team. “Biden owns all the call materials. There is only one president at a time.” “It is a national security priority to find out what Trump said to Putin” over his four years in office, said one former national security official.
Read the full article. We’ll never know the full story because Trump did not allow note-takers at some of his face-to-face chats with Putin.
This could get very interesting. Trump should just agree to being disqualified now, avoid risk of a 3rd impeachment. “The only person who can claim executive privilege anywhere is the sitting president,” he said.“ https://t.co/x3QuiqMHd9
— Joyce Alene (@JoyceWhiteVance) February 10, 2021