Jack Smith Conducted ‘Chilling’ Search of Donald Trump’s Private Communications for J6 Trial

According to a Monday filing, US Department of Justice’s Special Counsel Jack Smith intends to use the former president’s extracted phone data as evidence in his Jan. 6 trial in Washington D.C. on March 4, the day before Super Tuesday.

As reported by Politico, “Special counsel Jack Smith has extracted data from the cell phone Donald Trump used while in the White House and plans to present evidence of his findings to a Washington, D.C. jury to demonstrate how Trump used the phone in the weeks during which he attempted to subvert the 2020 election.”

Data from the ex-president’s phone, Politico added, “could reveal day-to-day details of his final weeks in office, including his daily movements, his Twitter habits and any other aides who had access to his accounts and devices. The data, for example, could help show whether Trump personally approved or sent a fateful tweet attacking his vice president, Mike Pence, during the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol.”

According to the court filing, the government has submitted a notice of an expert witness who has retrieved the former president’s cell phone data and location data.

The Government expects that Expert 1 will testify about his/her use of



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