The Washington Post reports:
At least seven currently serving advisers to former president Donald Trump took actions that are mentioned prominently in one of his three criminal indictments or have been interviewed by prosecutors, potentially setting up uncomfortable situations in which they are working for his 2024 presidential bid while also serving as witnesses at one of his upcoming trials.
Other witnesses could be drawn from a broader network of former Trump employees, political associates and longtime allies. Even the chairwoman of the Republican National Committee, a longtime Trump ally who would be responsible for helping Trump win the White House should he become the party’s nominee, could be forced to take the witness stand.
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Trump’s top presidential campaign adviser. A senior communications aide. Even the RNC chair. Awkwardness ahead as Trump’s inner circle and broader network of allies likely to be called as witnesses at his criminal trials. From @iarnsdorf @jdawsey1 https://t.co/5q8mFS4r2A
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