Jenna Ellis tells prosecutors Trump ‘did not plan to leave’ White House after 2020 loss

Former Trump attorney Jenna Ellis told prosecutors that she was told by a top administration adviser that Donald Trump would not leave the White House in the wake of his 2020 loss, ABC News reported.

In a video of prosecutors’ Oct. 23 proffer session with Ellis, she said that Trump aide Dan Scavino told her “in an excited tone” at a White House Christmas party weeks after the 2020 election that “the boss is not going to leave under any circumstances.”

“And he said to me, in a kind of excited tone, ‘Well, we don’t care, and we’re not going to leave,'” Ellis said of the alleged Dec. 19 conversation with Scavino. “And I said, ‘What do you mean?’ And he said ‘Well, the boss’, meaning President Trump — and everyone understood ‘the boss,’ that’s what we all called him — he said, ‘The boss is not going to leave under any circumstances. We are just going to stay in power.'”

“And I said to him, ‘Well, it doesn’t quite work that way, you realize?’ and he said, ‘We don’t care,'” she continued.

Watch the video below:

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