Politico: Few Trump-era mysteries are as intriguing as what the 45th president said to Vladimir Putin in at least a dozen rambling, off-the-cuff calls and meetings over four years. Understanding what was said between the two could help illuminate whether Trump ever revealed sensitive information or struck any deals with the Kremlin leader that could take the new administration by surprise.
I watched the opening video. It's hard to believe that a single legislator would vote against convicting Trump and preventing him from ever running again. It's almost as though Putin was in charge. pic.twitter.com/XvZDbeX3kn— 🇨🇦🇺🇸 ThoughtsCanada 🇺🇸🇨🇦 (@ThoughtsCanada) February 9, 2021
Trump hid his calls with Putin.— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) February 10, 2021
Now, Biden has access to them. https://t.co/C9wVqGuRIV
Now that President Joe Biden is in the White House, he can see for himself.
“They don’t need our approval to see those [records],” a former Trump White House official said, referring to the new Biden national security team. “Biden owns all the call materials. There is only one president at a time.”