Donald Trump reportedly tore and threw official notes down a toilet

Donald Trump reportedly tore and threw official notes down a toilet

Following the announcement of the impending release of Maggie Haberman’s book (New York Times journalist and CNN contributor), “The Confidence Man. The Making of Donald Trump and the Breaking of America”, excerpts have been consulted by Axios Media, with permission Had to publish some pictures.

The author writes on Twitter that “A Trump White House source recently provided photographs of documents with Trump’s handwriting in two different restrooms.”

So the images will come from a source who took photos of the White House toilets and Air Force One toilets while traveling abroad.

,Who knows what this document was? only he would know, and probably the person who was in charge of it, but the important thing is the documentMs Haberman told CNN’s John Berman and Brianna Keeler on Monday morning’s “New Day” show.
The former president categorically denied the allegations: “If pictures of toilet paper are part of your promotional strategy then you must be really desperate to sell books.”responded to Axios spokesperson Taylor Budovich.

a recurring behavior

This is not the first such attack on the former president. Indeed, Stephanie Grisham, a former White House spokeswoman led by Donald Trump, confirmed the politician’s disrespectful attitude towards confidential documents. She tells CNN newspaper an anecdote of Donald Trump’s behavior: “I was sitting with him on a plane, watching him go through my documents. He threw something, tore something, and something fell in his pocket.”

Additionally, Maggie Haberman points out that the former president was not used to sticking to procedures regarding the retention of records. He once asked after a speech given during a tour of Air Force One if anyone would like to put up a copy of his speech for auction on eBay.
He also learns that Trump instructed his aides to carry boxes on his presidential plane to check and destroy memos, draft tweets and unread articles.

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A former senior Trump administration official also said that an assistant in the personnel secretary’s office had a habit of taking documents out of the trash and removing them from Donald Trump’s office after leaving a room.

Trump’s carelessness in keeping his chaotic record has exacerbated the problem to such an extent that the Justice Department has opened an investigation into it.

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