October 7, 2022


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Donald Trump reportedly tore up official notes down the toilet

Following the announcement of the imminent release of Maggie Haberman’s (New York Times journalist and CNN contributor), “Confidence Man. The Making of Donald Trump and the Breaking of America,” Axios Media was allowed to consult certain passages and publish certain photographs.

The author writes on Twitter “A Trump White House source recently provided photos of documents with Trump’s signature in two different restrooms.

The images come from a source who took photos of White House toilets and Air Force One toilets during a trip abroad.

Does anyone know what this document is? Only he knew, and perhaps only the person in charge of it, but the important thing was the documentsMs. Haberman told CNN’s John Berman and Brianna Keillor on Monday morning’s “New Day.”
The former president has categorically denied the allegations.If photos of toilet paper are part of your advertising strategy, you’ll really be tempted to sell books.”Its spokesperson, Taylor Pudovich, responded to Axios.

A series of behaviors

This is not the first time such an attack has been made against the former president. Indeed, former White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham under Donald Trump confirmed the politician’s disrespectful approach to classified documents. He tells CNN a story about Donald Trump’s behavior: “I was sitting on a plane with him, going through his papers. Some he threw away, some he tore, some he pocketed.

In addition, Maggie Haberman explains that the former president had a habit of not following record-keeping procedures. Following a speech he gave during a tour of Air Force One, he once asked if he would like to auction off a copy of his speech on eBay.
She also learned that Trump instructed his aides to carry boxes of memos, draft tweets and unread articles on his presidential plane to be examined and destroyed.

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A former Trump administration official said an assistant in the staff secretary’s office would pull documents out of the trash and dispose of them after Donald Trump left a room.

The problem, stemming from Trump’s apparently careless record-keeping, has grown to the point of launching a Justice Department investigation.