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A ghostwriter for one of Trump’s novels says he may have taken White House records to sell as souvenirs

An author who once worked with Donald Trump on the writing of a book has a theory about why the former president might have taken some documents from the White House.

This author worked with Trump on the book “The Art of the Deal.”

Charles Leerhsen, a ghostwriter who was credited with writing to the cover of Donald Trump’s book “Surviving at the Top,” offered his opinion on the unannounced search of Mar-a-Lago that the FBI conducted on Monday.

It was not immediately obvious why the FBI was conducting the raid; however, rumours suggested that it was possibly related to official records that Trump may have transported to his Florida estate after leaving the White House.

In February, the National Archives submitted a request to the Department of Justice requesting an investigation into whether or not President Trump violated any laws by transporting official papers to Mar-a-Lago.


Leerhsen posted on Facebook his speculation about why it’s possible that Trump stole the materials.

“As a former Trump ghostwriter (mea culpa, mea culpa, mea maxima culpa), I feel obligated to point out that Trump may have taken documents that he intended to sell as presidential memorabilia,” Leerhsen said.

“As a former Trump ghostwriter, I feel obligated to point out that Trump may have taken documents that he intended to sell as presidential memorabilia.”

“As someone who used to work as a ghostwriter for Trump, I feel required to remind out that Trump may have removed documents that he intended to sell as presidential memorabilia.

He may have done this without authorization.”

In an interview with Newsweek, Leerhsen revealed that before Trump entered politics, he was a witness to the manner in which Trump earned his money.

Leerhsen said that he was able to observe this firsthand.

He continued by saying that the previous president was not above “grovelling.”

Leerhsen reportedly stated to Newsweek that he did not have direct knowledge regarding whether or not Trump stole documents from the White House.

On the other hand, Leerhsen hypothesised that Trump might have want to keep signed pieces of paper or other collectible things in his possession.

The requests for a statement made by Insiders to both Leerhsen and spokesmen for Trump did not receive a quick response from either party.

According to what Leerhsen said to Newsweek, “If there’s a grift to be grifted, he’s going to grift it,” which is a slang expression meaning “he’s going to grift it.”

The narrator comments on the character by saying that the individual has “this very basic assumption that he might be able to push it off on someone else.”

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He went on to say that he had a “firsthand understanding” of Trump’s “avariciousness and his personality” at one point in time.

According to an interview that Leerhsen gave to Newsweek, he said, “Like everyone else, I saw things get worse and spiral out of control.”

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