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Meet Christina Bobb, Trump’s Latest Attorney in Legal Difficulty and Former Oan Host!

Christina Bobb is Trump’s lead attorney in the Mar-a-Lago raid case.

She once ran for Congress and worked at the far-right OAN network and Marine Corps.

Experts and colleagues identified her as a Trump acolyte.

On June 3, Donald Trump and his attorneys met in the dining room of Mar-a-Lago, the Florida club he went to after becoming president, with three FBI agents and a Justice Department representative.

As part of a subpoena issued a month earlier, the officials were there to collect any remaining sensitive materials in Trump’s possession.

According to a court document, Christina Bobb, one of Trump’s attorneys, wrote a letter certifying that a “diligent search” had been made and that all items that were in Mar-a-Lago at the time had been given over to the US government.

However, on August 8 of the following year, the FBI conducted a raid at Mar-a-Lago and found 20 boxes of fresh information, including 11 sets that were classified.

The finding cast severe doubt on Bobb’s assertion and led to inquiries regarding her identity, the circumstances surrounding her appointment to the former president’s top position, and potential future legal issues.

When Insider requested an interview with Bobb, she did not answer.

Initial Career

According to USA Today, Bobb, 39, is the youngest of two girls and was born in Michigan. She relocated to Arizona as a youngster, and eventually enrolled at the University of Arizona.

According to her athlete profile, Bobb participated in a lot of sports while she was there and was a goalkeeper for her college soccer team.

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She was described in the profile as a “hardworking” student who wanted to become a translator and was majoring in linguistics. The number of languages she is fluent in is unknown. A request for comment from Insider was not answered by the University of Arizona.

According to a biography on the Department of Homeland Security website, Bobb graduated from the California Western School of Law and was admitted to the California State Bar in 2008.

Her biography stated that she then graduated with a master’s degree in national-security law from Georgetown University before enlisting in the US Marine Corps as a judge advocate, where she advised military leaders in Afghanistan with legal matters.

Potential Legal Issues

Like her boss, Bobb has legal troubles of her own.

The Washington Post claimed that on the morning of January 6, 2021, Bobb was in the “war room” at the Willard Intercontinental Hotel in Washington, DC, with Rudy Giuliani and John Eastman, two of Trump’s attorneys who had been crucial to his efforts to rig the election.

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She and five other attorneys were summoned in March by the House committee looking into the Capitol disturbance as a result, though she hasn’t yet appeared.

Only the beginning of Bobb’s probable legal problems began with the subpoena.

The DOJ said that Bobb and Evan Corcoran, another Trump attorney, deceived investigators by asserting that they had turned over all classified papers from Mar-a-Lago in a judicial filing last month.

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Experts advised both lawyers to get their own attorneys after stating that the file may be used to establish a legal claim that Bobb and Corcoran impeded the government’s investigation.

Bradley Moss, a national security attorney, told Insider that “Bobb definitely, at a minimum, is a material-fact witness in the context of the government’s inquiry into probable obstruction and efforts to conceal the data recovered at Mar-a-Lago.”

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The crime-fraud exemption to the attorney-client privilege may be used by the government to at least request a court order requiring her to testify before the grand jury.

Since then, Bobb has appeared on television numerous times to support Trump and criticize the DOJ for the raid—a strategy Moss advised against.

He asserted that she ought to be more concerned with developing a strong case against a prospective indictment than with regurgitating talking points on Fox News.

She ought to stop watching TV right now since she’s simply making things worse.

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