Donald Trump Lawyer Alina Habba Leans Into New Defense Surrounding Staged Picture of Documents
Alina Habbaone of former President Donald Trump’s lawyers, sought to discredit the FBI looking for Mar-a-Lago earlier this month by indicating that a photograph is included in the Department of Justice filed in court late Tuesday documents are arranged on the floor rather than where they were originally found.
Habba, hour later labeled as “mundane” search warrant regulations regarding espionage and obstruction, spoke to Sean HannityPeople also cling to the photo in some malicious way, missing the forest for the trees.
“Alina, I want you to take on this, because this is clearly done for the public good. The Fox host said. “What happened to Merrick Garland said we will do all of our talk in court and in our records. Where’s that boy? “
“Yeah, nowhere,” Habba replied. “What happened is now they have put this picture out so you would assume… I was someone who was in his office. I see no. This is not how his office looks like this,” Habba complained.
“They give you an appearance like this that you walk in and have these top secret documents just released,” she continued, later adding that the Justice Department is trying to turn the case into a “scene complete publicity”.
“Did the FBI do that or is that how that room looked before they got in there? Do you have any direct knowledge? ‘ Hannity asked bluntly.
“I have firsthand knowledge, as you know. I was down there. I go down there often. I have never seen them. I have never, never seen that. That’s not how his office looks,” Habba replied, adding that the former president regularly has guests.
“It was just a joke. Literally, they had to go in and pull out the documents they wanted or the cover letters, and put it out so the public would believe these were top secret documents lying on the floor. his house. It’s ridiculous. I can personally tell you, it’s ridiculous. I’ve never seen that.”
From there, Hannity again tried to attribute some nefarious motives on the part of the government in the photo.
“What we’re really looking at here is that the Justice Department, the FBI staged a picture to influence public opinion,” Hannity said, later suggesting that doing so would “break up a group of insurgents.” jury”.