Sources reveal that Donald Trump Jr. paid a visit to Peter Navarro in federal prison

According to sources familiar with the situation, Donald Trump Jr. paid a visit to Peter Navarro in a federal prison located in Miami.

Peter Navarro, a former Trump White House adviser, was found guilty in September of two counts of contempt of Congress. He was convicted for his refusal to provide testimony and documents to the House Select Committee tasked with investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. Currently, Navarro is being held at the Federal Prison Camp located in Miami, Florida.

Donald Trump Jr. has confirmed the visit to ABC News.

He emphasized the significance of demonstrating support.

Donald Trump Jr. shared with ABC News that Navarro remains in good spirits and firmly believes that he has been unjustly convicted.

During a news conference in March, Navarro boldly asserted that the case against him was an “unprecedented assault on the constitutional separation of powers.”

In March, he was compelled to report to prison to serve his four-month confinement after the U.S. Supreme Court refused to grant a stay of his sentence.

During the news conference, Navarro highlighted the case of Steve Bannon, former chief strategist in the Trump White House, who is currently appealing his contempt of Congress charge. Navarro pointed out that Bannon has been able to remain out of prison while his case is under review.

Bannon’s appeal to have his conviction thrown out in the House Jan. 6 committee case was unsuccessful, and he has been ordered to report to prison at an undisclosed date.

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