Trump Ex-Aide Reveals Shocking Details about Classified Documents Kept at Mar-a-Lago

WASHINGTON, D.C. – While serving under former President Donald Trump, a longtime assistant allegedly received task requests from him written on classified White House documents, according to insiders familiar with her testimony. Molly Michael reportedly informed federal investigators of multiple occasions where Trump’s notes found their way to her on notecards made from sensitive materials, some of which were marked classified.

Sources state that these notecards were initially discovered in Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate during an FBI search in August 2022, but were not removed by the authorities. However, upon finding the documents hidden under a drawer organizer in her office the following day, Michael decided to hand them over to the FBI.

Michael also reportedly expressed growing disquiet over Trump’s handling of requests from the National Archives for all government documents stored at Mar-a-Lago. She questioned whether the former president’s claims were easily verifiable, given the abundance of documents.

After news broke that the FBI planned to interview Michael last year, Trump allegedly counseled her, stating, “You don’t know anything about the boxes.” The context and intent of his comment remain unclear.

According to prosecutors, Trump has been charged with 37 criminal counts related to mishandling classified materials, including U.S. nuclear secrets and the nation’s defense capabilities. Trump plead not guilty to these charges in June. He also vehemently denies any wrongdoing, terming the investigation a political witch hunt.

It’s speculated that Michael, termed as “Trump Employee 2” in special counsel Jack Smith’s indictment, is the individual who managed many of Trump’s White House-era boxes at Mar-a-Lago and provided him with photos of the aforementioned boxes.

Trump’s spokesperson has dismissed reports from insiders as “illegal leaks” lacking proper context and relevant information. In a statement, the spokesperson reaffirmed Trump’s commitment to honesty and transparency, asserting that he acted lawfully at all times. Customarily, both Michael and the FBI declined to comment.

Trump’s handling of classified documents continues to be the subject of a federal investigation. Classified documents from Trump’s tenure, including the notecards, have become a focal point in the ongoing case, and time will tell what implications this evidence may have.