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Judge Cannon Gives Trump A BIG Win In Classified Documents Case

By Mark Steffen

Florida’s U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon on Monday handed former President Donald Trump a victory in his classified documents case, narrowing the scope of evidence that prosecutors can use against him.

In a significant blow to special counsel Jack Smith, the Trump-appointed judge ruled that Department of Justice officials cannot cite a confidential meeting between President Trump and a source where he allegedly bragged about obtaining a highly sensitive military map from his time in the White House. The New York Times called the decision “more of a swipe” at Smith, who must now remove the admission from the original 53-page indictment.

According to prosecutors, Trump in August of September of 2021 sat for a meeting at his Bedminster, New Jersey golf course where he showed a representative of his political action committee a map featuring military operations that were ongoing. The Times added the presentation was “widely believed” to be to Susan Wiles, a top advisor to Trump’s 2024 campaign. The former president then allegedly told Wiles the operation wasn’t going well, according to prosecutors, who wrote in the original indictment that his aide did not have “any need-to-know” security clearance to access the document.

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