Anthony Pratt, an Australian billionaire and member of Mar-a-Lago, revealed in private recordings that then-President Donald Trump informed him about his private calls with leaders from Ukraine and Iraq.

Pratt is a significant witness for the prosecution in Trump’s case concerning classified documents.

The tapes, first aired by 60 Minutes Australia, contain previously undisclosed information, including Pratt recounting his conversations with Trump, which supports previous assertions that Trump divulged confidential information.

In the recordings, Pratt could also be heard engaging in harsh criticism of Trump’s morals.

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Previously, it was reported that Pratt had given an interview to Special Counsel Jack Smith, who had charged Trump with the mishandling of national security documents, claiming that Trump was in possession of numerous classified documents at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida. (Trump pleaded not guilty to these charges.)

It has been revealed that Pratt is also a witness for the trial, which has been scheduled for May.

The case is focused on concerns that have arisen regarding Trump’s carefree approach to handling state secrets.

Previous reports indicated that Trump had spoken with Pratt about potentially sensitive information regarding U.S. nuclear submarines.

The latest reports have provided further information about the content of Pratt’s conversations with Trump, including discussions regarding foreign policy matters that were not yet public knowledge.

In one recording that was released, Pratt recalls a conversation with Trump in which Trump states, “It hadn’t even been on the news yet, and he said, ‘I just bombed Iraq today.'”

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