Trump Loyalist Peter Navarro Slams ‘Thievery’ of White House Documents

Peter Navarro, a White House commerce adviser below former President Donald Trump, has hit out on the “thievery” of White House paperwork whereas condemning quite a few figures near the previous president.

In his new ebook, Taking Back Trump’s America: Why We Lost the White House and How We’ll Win It Back, a replica of which was obtained by Newsweek, Navarro dedicates a complete chapter to “Bad Personnel” who performed a component within the former president dropping the 2020 Election.

Among these Navarro included within the record of so-called “Wall Street transactionalists” who labored towards Trump had been his son-in-law Jared Kushner, former Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross, former Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and then-Director of the National Economic Council of the United States, Larry Kudlow.

Navarro describes how on the “top of the disloyalist pyramid” was fellow Director of the National Economic Council of the United States and Trump’s former high financial adviser, Gary Cohn.

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Above, former Trump White House Adviser Peter Navarro walks out of the Prettyman Courthouse after showing in federal district courtroom for a movement listening to on August 31, 2022, in Washington, D.C. Navarro went after former National Economic Council director Gary Cohn as being on the “top of the disloyalist pyramid.”
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In 2018, Washington Post journalist Bob Woodward alleged in his ebook Fear: Trump within the White House that Cohn would typically take away official paperwork from Trump’s desk so he wouldn’t signal them and pull out of commerce offers.

Such paperwork Cohn is reported to have taken is a letter for the United States to withdraw from the North American Free Trade Agreement, in addition to the U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement, generally known as KORUS.

In his ebook, Navarro describes Cohn’s actions as “arguably the worst act of disloyalty ever perpetrated” within the Trump White House by the so-called Wall Street transactionalists.

Navarro added that if he “had my way when I found about Cohn’s thievery,” he would have had him charged with “both a felony and treason.”

“It didn’t just happen once. It was a pattern,” Navarro wrote. “If Cohn objected to the president signing an executive order or presidential memorandum that was in conflict with Cohn’s free trade view of the world, Cohn would literally try to make the document disappear, even if the president wanted it to be implemented.”

Navarro stated the “poster child” of Cohn’s “theft” was the taking of a doc that might have pulled the U.S. out of the “toxic” commerce treaty with South Korea inside a specified timeframe, which Navarro drafted himself.

“What this felony-dumb Cohn never understood was that these kind of presidential actions were designed not necessarily to exit such agreements but rather to put pressure on other countries like South Korea so that we could quickly negotiate better deals for American workers and companies,” Navarro wrote.

“I just hope that anybody who ever thinks about employing Cohn factors in his lack of moral fiber in their hiring decision.”

While not mentioned within the ebook, Navarro’s remarks arrive as Trump himself is accused of eradicating categorised White House paperwork and improperly maintaining them at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida.

In a press release to Newsweek, a spokesperson for Cohn stated the feedback from Navarro had been “so ridiculous that it’s not worthy of a response.”

Trump additionally denied the claims that Cohn had pulled paperwork ordering the withdrawal of commerce offers off his desk, telling the Daily Caller in 2018 that the story was “just made up.”

Navarro is awaiting trial after being charged with refusing to adjust to the subpoena issued by the House Select Committee investigating the January 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol.

Former White House adviser Steve Bannon was additionally charged with related offenses. Bannon is going through two years in jail after being discovered responsible of 1 rely of contempt for refusal to seem for a deposition and one other involving his refusal to provide paperwork subpoenaed by the January 6 panel.

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