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There’s Now Photographic Evidence That Donald Trump Flushed Presidential Documents Down the Toilet

previous claim that Donald Trump would flush handwritten presidential documents down the White House toilet and frequently clog the pipes in the process.The photos, which are embedded below, show documents reportedly written by Trump himself that are ripped apart and sitting in the bottom of a toilet. Haberman – whose book on the Trump White House, “Confidence Man,” is due in October – reports that the photo on the left is from a bathroom in the White House, while the photo on the right is from an overseas trip, according to Axios, which exclusively published the photos Monday. NEW IN AXIOS: Trump denied flushing documents as president, as I learned during reporting last year for CONFIDENCE MAN.

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