A search warrant seen by Politico revealed that the FBI is investigating Donald Trump for possible violations of the Espionage Act and obstruction of justice laws.
According to the new information, the memo allowed for the inspection of the facilities where Trump is staying in a resort Mar-a-Lago Only, including the office known as “Office 45”, and other facilities where others stay in the resort and apartment complex were excluded.
What documents were found?
and identified inspection note Documents and documents that must be confiscated because their possession by the former president violates the law as:
- Any documents or boxes containing documents whose possession is classified as inconsistent with the laws on the transmission of national defense information or confidential material.
- Any government or presidential records written between January 20, 2017 and January 20, 2021, as well as any evidence of alteration, destruction, or concealment of any government or presidential records, or any documents bearing government hashtags.
FBI agents executed the search warrant on August 8 and provided a link to the confiscated items. Investigators listed 33 items seized during the search, including an executive order pardoning Trump ally Roger Stone, information about French President Emmanuel Macron, photo albums and handwritten notes.
The inspectors identified 11 different sets of classified documents, including one set of documents classified as highly classified and sensitive, four sets of documents as highly classified, and six sets as classified.
The search warrant revealed that the FBI is investigating Donald Trump In a possible violation of the Espionage Act, he had access to classified documents from the former president’s home in Florida, earlier this week.
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