Biden’s DOJ Gets Trump Cellphone Records

Gage Skidmore from Surprise, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

( – Department of Justice Special Counsel Jack Smith intends to bring in witnesses in the election interference case who have analyzed the data from the cellphone of former President Donald Trump. One of the witnesses will be focusing on the movement of Trump supporters following his speech on Jan. 6, 2021, while another will be making an analysis of Trump’s Twitter usage.

The filing on Monday is the first indication of Smith’s intended usage of the information that has been acquired from Trump’s X account, formerly known as Twitter. The special counsel managed to gain access to the account following a court battle that was largely kept under wraps.

Prosecutors are also intending to use cell phone extracted data from both the phone of the former President and an aide, while also bringing in an expert as a witness who has been described in the filing as “Individual 1.” The court filing does not include the potential witness’s name, who is going to be analyzing the identified periods during which the Twitter application had been open on the day of the Capitol attack.

It is not yet clear what range of information the experts have, however, the filing has stated that the expert has analyzed the websites visited and images found on the cell phones. This could help provide greater insight into the former President’s tweet on that day in which he was attacking Vice President Mike Pence.

The prosecution also intends to bring in another expert who will analyze the way that Trump’s supporters moved following Trump’s call for them to march to the U.S. Capitol.

Copyright 2023,