Justice Dept distinguishes the Trump docs case from that of Biden or Pence as a result of one particularly important difference: suspected obstruction of justice — as I discussed w/ @Victorshi2020youtube.com/live/0tUN3qv6U…
New: Trump and his lawyer Alina Habba have offered to post a $1.03 million bond as they appeal US judge Middlebrooks order imposing sanctions of $937,989 for filing a “frivolous” conspiracy suit against Hillary Clinton
Semafor: Trump is none too pleased with all of his so-called friends considering 2024 runs, @ShelbyTalcott reports. The irony, of course, is that more former cabinet members running very likely helps him by splitting the opposition.
Guardian: What matters to the Justice Dept in mishandling cases like with Trump and Biden – and what distinguishes an inadvertent error from a potential crime – is what happens once docs are found and whether they take steps to ensure their return.