According to CBS News, there is currently no evidence suggesting that the former President, Donald Trump, disclosed confidential documents to an Australian tycoon. Special Counsel Jack Smith has not pressed any charges related to this matter.
CBS’s Catherine Herridge mentioned on X, the platform previously known as Twitter, that an investigation was conducted into allegations of Trump discussing U.S. nuclear submarines with the Australian magnate. However, the evidence does not point towards any compromising of sensitive records.
Earlier, the network shared that certain sources had hinted at Trump possibly discussing classified information regarding U.S. nuclear submarines with the tycoon, Anthony Pratt.
Pratt has emerged as a potential witness in Smith’s ongoing probe concerning Trump’s documents. However, insiders familiar with the matter have confirmed this.
Both Pratt and Trump have not been indicted or proven guilty in any aspect of this investigation. Refuting claims about his conversations with Pratt, Trump labeled them as “baseless and absurd.”
On his social media platform, Trump emphasized the global recognition of U.S. military excellence, stating, “It’s widely acknowledged that we produce the world’s finest Submarines and Military Equipment.” He further criticized the narratives as deceptive tactics by dishonest prosecutors aiming to disrupt the 2024 Presidential Election.