Mar-a-Lago’s Head of Maintenance Charged by DOJ As Trump Gets Hit with New Charges

Mar-a-Lago’s head of maintenance Carlos De Oliveira has been named as the third defendant in the Department of Justice (DOJ) case against President Donald Trump.

De Oliveira is being charged by Democrat President Joe Biden’s weaponized DOJ in the Trump document case alongside the former president and Walt Nauta.

Special Counsel Jack Smith has also hit Trump with new charges.

The additional charges for Trump are related to obstruction of justice and willful retention of national defense information.

De Oliveira was charged with conspiracy to obstruct justice, making false statements, and destroying documents.

According to The Guardian:

According to CNN, surveillance footage turned over to justice department officials showed Trump’s valet, Walt Nauta, and De Oliveira moving document boxes around the Florida resort, including into a storage room just before Trump lawyer Evan Corcoran searched it for classified documents.

De Oliveira spoke to investigators earlier this year and his phone had been seized, the news channel reported.

Prosecutors have pressed De Oliveira to explain his actions in June 2021, when he helped Nauta move boxes around Trump’s home, as well as in July, when he allegedly had conversations with others about security camera footage, according to the Washington Post.

READ MORE: Jill Biden’s Ex-Husband Blows Whistle: ‘I Can’t Let Them Do What They Did to Me to President Trump’

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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