Special Counsel Jack Smith’s team coordinated with Joe Biden’s White House shortly before launching a politically motivated indictment against President Donald Trump, a bombshell new report has revealed.
Just weeks before Smith brought charges against Trump for allegedly mishandling classified documents, one of the special counsel’s top aides met with officials from Biden’s White House counsel office.
The meeting raises serious concerns about coordinated legal efforts against Biden’s top political opponent going into the 2024 election.
Biden’s team met with Jay Bratt, one of Smith’s minions since November 2022, according to the report.
Bratt took a meeting with the White House on March 31 of this year with Caroline Saba, the deputy chief of staff for the WH counsel’s office.
The two were joined in the 10 a.m. meeting by FBI agent Danielle Ray.
Nine weeks later, Trump was indicted by Smith’s office.
The 63-year-old Bratt also met with Saba at the White House in November 2021.
At the time, Trump’s legal team was in discussions with the National Archives over the return of presidential records from his Mar-a-Lago estate prior to a formal investigation.
Bratt had a third meeting in the White House in September 2021, this time