Political analyst Dick Morris stated that former President Donald Trump will be indicted on a "John Bachman Now" of the legislation that governs the National Archives and Records Administration on the program "technical violation" that airs on Newsmax. Morris's claim was made in reference to an alleged incident that occurred while Trump was in office (NARA).
According to Morris, the archivist does not appear to care if the records are left to gather dust in the basement of Trump's residence or at the archives facility; but, they are still going to try to disqualify him from running for president in 2024 by using every excuse they can find.
According to Morris, the Democrats are well aware of the urgent nature of removing Trump from office and are prepared to resort to any means necessary to achieve this goal. In order to accomplish this aim, the Democrats are prepared to resort to any methods necessary.
And the search that took place at Trump's home at Mar-a-Lago, he continued, was just a brazen example of it, as it is apparent that they regard this as a zero-sum game. He said that the search was just another flagrant example.
In the meanwhile, Morris expressed his excitement about the prospect of an increase in the number of IRS agents being hired, which was anticipated to take place as a direct result of the Inflation Reduction Act.
In spite of this, he is of the opinion that if the Republicans are successful in retaking control of the House and Senate in fall, they will remove funding for the agents from the appropriations bill for the following fiscal year (2023-2024).