Christina Bobb, who boosted AZ election ‘audit,’ now top Trump lawyer

Christina Bobb, now a top Trump lawyer, and Blake Masters speak to former President Donald Trump on the phone during Masters' election integrity event at American Way Smokehouse on April 30, 2022, in Chandler.

Corrections & Clarifications: Save America, a political organization established by former President Donald Trump, was incorrectly identified in an earlier version of the article.

Former conservative TV host Christina Bobb was not working directly for former President Donald Trump when she spread election conspiracies and raised funds for the Arizona “audit” in 2021.

But when federal agents descended on Mar-a-Lago in an Aug. 8 search for classified documents, Bobb confronted them as a senior lawyer on Trump’s legal team.

The search of Trump’s private Palm Beach residence and the recovery of top secret documents put a national spotlight on Bobb, a graduate of Arizona State University who has turned her advocacy for the former president into a career.

Bobb in June met with the Department of Justice’s chief of counterintelligence and signed a document affirming that all classified material in the former president’s possession had been returned to federal authorities, according to reporting by The New York Times and The Washington Post.

She said as much to Fox News host Laura Ingraham in an Aug. 12 interviewscalling the search a violation of Trump’s constitutional rights and saying there were no documents for agents to find.

“We’ve been very cooperative with the Biden administration and the DOJ and turned over everything that we found, that we had,” Bobb said.