Trump fights claims he misled attorney as court weighs effort to force testimony Former President Trump railed against reports he misled the attorney representing him in the Mar-a-Lago probe as a court set a series of overnight deadlines in a battle to determine whether the attorney must testify in the investigation. ABC News reported Tuesday that D.C. District Court Judge Beryl Howell found sufficient evidence that Trump may have intentionally concealed the existence of additional classified records held at his Florida home from his attorney Evan Corcoran. https://thehill.com/policy/national...ey-as-court-weighs-effort-to-force-testimony/ My understanding is Corcoran claims he was misled by Trump with respect to Don's continued possession of classified docs. It's why Corcoran drafted a letter to the DoJ stating Trump did not possess any. If this is so, as Judge Howell says it is based on the evidence, then according to Andrew Weissmann it would mean Individual 1 has legal exposure to a charge of obstruction of justice in Jack Smith's investigation. Because knowingly misleading your attorney who then passes false info on to federal authorities equates to obstruction. According to Weissmann this is exactly what happened to Paul Manafort and why he was convicted, among other things, of obstruction.