National Review columnist Andrew McCarthy reacts to the NARA letter of May 10, 2022 released by Trump supporter, John Solomon. From the article. . .
“Given that the former president was not responsibly securing the government’s most closely held intelligence, that he was trying to prevent the FBI from examining what he’d returned, that his lawyers were either misinformed about or lying about the classified information still retained at Mar-a-Lago, and that even the issuance of a grand-jury subpoena (with potential criminal penalties for noncompliance) had not succeeded in getting Trump to hand over the remaining classified information, what option short of a search warrant would have sufficed?“
He also makes clear that President Biden’s limited involvement in the sorry affair was required by the provisions of the Presidential Records Act . . .
“If, as appears to be the case, it was appropriate for the FBI to conduct this review of Trump records, then the PRA mandated Biden’s approval and his review of any Trump privilege claims. As a result, there is very little upside for Trump in emphasizing Biden’s collaboration with the Justice Department.”
Not exactly “political” nor a “witch hunt.”
Once again, Trump’s legal problems are 100% his own doing.