There have been plenty of strange accusations leveled at Donald Trump over the years, and they’ve only increased during his time within the American political spectrum.
The left has come at Trump with some seriously absurd, (and disturbing), claims in the past; everything from insecurities about the size of his hands to some imagined attraction that he has for his daughter.
This week, the hyperbolic attacks continued with bizarre claims about Trump attempting to flush official White House documents down the toilet.
Axios.com reported Monday that photos exist of ripped-up notes allegedly found in a White House toilet that staff believed were disposed of by then-President Donald Trump.
Axios, which was sold Monday for over half a billion dollars, led coverage with images of torn notes in two toilet bowls.Trending:
The photos, if authenticated, would help to corroborate earlier claims that Trump disposed of White House documents in unconventional ways, raising questions about whether he violated federal laws on the preservation of government documents.
There was plenty of doubt to go around, however.
However, it is not clear if Trump himself flushed the notes. It is also not clear if the toilet is actually in the White House, or who would have used the president’s private lavatory. It is also not clear if the notes are official documents or personal ones. In fact, little is known beyond the existence of the photos.
And why, only after 18 months of the Biden presidency, have these accusations come to light?
Well because they were part of a book deal, of course, as yet another left-leaning reporter attempts to cash in on rumors from within the Trump White House.