It’s not clear whether the Macron-related document the FBI seized during the raid had anything at all to do with the French president’s personal life.
Nor is it clear whether the information on Macron seized from Mar-a-Lago is derived from U.S. intelligence collection or even classified.
But the mere revelation of its existence triggered a trans-Atlantic freakout, according to two other sources familiar with the situation.
And Trump’s prior talk about Macron’s allegedly “naughty” ways that “[not] very many people know” only intensified those concerns.
In his musing on Macron’s alleged indiscretions, Trump was light on details and specifics, according to the sources.
Trump initially signaled his support for Macron’s 2017 presidential rival, inviting far-right nationalist Marine LePan to Trump Tower and praising her in interviews.
After reviewing the order in 2017, the Trump administration announced that it would continue to abide by the Obama-era orders. »