The Fulton County District Attorney’s office admitted it was in contact with the Biden White House. Were these letters truly about logistics, or was there something else discussed?
From Just the News. In a hearing before the Fulton County Superior Court on Thursday, the District Attorney’s office admitted that it communicated with the White House in two written letters about “logistics and procedures.”
“Is there something that’s actually in writing that shows communication between the office and the White House Counsel?” Fulton County Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee asked the lawyer representing the DA’s office.
“We did get a letter from the White House Counsel’s office… about logistics and procedures, as I stated before,” the lawyer answered. …
“One written letter … well there were two written letters about procedures, about how we interview … former or current White House officials,” the lawyer clarified.
Judge McAfee scheduled the hearing that took place on Thursday to respond to defendant Jeffrey Clark’s motion to compel any documents from the DA’s office that show communications between the White House Counsel’s office and and the Fulton County DA’s office, according to court records reviewed by Just the News.
Jeffrey Clark is a former Department of Justice official from the Trump Administration and is a co-defendant in the racketeering case that DA Fani Willis brought against former President Trump over his alleged efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election results in Georgia. …
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