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FBI Recovered 11 Sets of Classified Documents in Trump Search, Inventory Shows

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The inventory shows that when the FBI searched for Trump, they found 11 sets of classified documents.
A Florida court released the search warrant for former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home on Friday. On Monday, FBI agents went there and took 11 sets of classified documents, some of which were marked “top secret” and were only supposed to be available in special government facilities.

A list of the things that were taken from the property shows that FBI agents took about 20 boxes of items, binders of photos, a handwritten note, and the executive grant of clemency for Mr. Trump’s friend Roger Stone. The three-page list also said that information about the “President of France” was on the list. The list is in a seven-page document that also has a warrant from a federal magistrate judge in Florida to search the property.

One set of documents on the list is called “Various classified/TS/SCI documents,” which is an abbreviation for “top-secret/sensitive compartmented information.” It also says that agents gathered four sets of top-secret reports, three arrangements of mystery archives, and three arrangements of private records. The list didn’t say anything more about what the documents were about.

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The lawyers for Mr. Trump say that the former president used his power to make the information public before he left office. Even though a president has the power to make documents public, there are rules about how to do that at the federal level.

They could have it whenever they wanted, even a long time ago. In a statement released Friday, Mr. Trump said, “All they had to do was ask.”

In a court filing, the Justice Department said that Mr. Trump’s lawyers told federal prosecutors that they didn’t object to the government’s request to unseal the information. On Friday afternoon, U.S. Magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart issued an order to make the warrant and inventory list public.

The search and seizure warrant, which was signed by Judge Reinhart, shows that FBI agents wanted to search “the 45 Office” as well as “all storage rooms and all other rooms or regions inside the premises utilized or accessible to be utilized by [the previous president] and his staff and in which boxes or reports could be put away, including all, including all structures or buildings on the estate.”

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According to the search and seizure warrant, FBI agents wanted to search “the 45 Office” as well as all storage rooms and other rooms used by the former president.

The document says that they didn’t try to get into private guest rooms, like those of Mar-a-Lago members, to search them.

People who know how the process works say that the former president and his team don’t have the affidavit, which would give more information about what the FBI is looking into. An affidavit would explain what evidence, like witnesses, the government had gathered and why investigators think a crime may have been committed. The lawyers for Mr. Trump have asked for a more detailed list of what was taken from Mar-a-Lago.

The release of the warrant and the inventory marks the end of an extraordinary week that started last Friday at 12:12 p.m. when the judge signed off on a warrant to search the home of a former president. This was the first time a warrant of this kind had ever been issued. Christina Bobb, a lawyer for Mr. Trump, signed a receipt for the things the FBI took that day, three days later, at 6:19 p.m.


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