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Details: More classified documents found in Trump’s vault

The search was one of several conducted at Trump properties in recent weeks. to me CNN And the Washington Post Sources familiar with the matter say two sensitive documents have been handed over to the Federal Police, the FBI.

It is said that Trump’s belongings were sent to the storage room after he left the White House in 2021. What kind of information the documents contained there is unknown.

The General Services Administration (GSA), the US government management agency, helped Trump rent the warehouse. The building was used to house elements of an office used by the former president’s staff in the months following the change of power.

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The Washington Post viewed the email From GSA showing that boxes gross over a ton were shipped to Florida warehouse in September 2021.

– There were costumes, and swords, and wrestling belts, and all sorts of things. As far as I know, he (Trump’s red note) was never in the warehouse. I don’t think anyone in Trump’s world can tell what’s out there, a source tells the newspaper.

Trump lawyers Must be present when the rental company inspects the premises. At one point, the FBI was offered supervision of the work, something the FBI reportedly refused.

No classified documents were reportedly found at four other locations, including Trump Tower in New York and the former president’s golf club in Bedminster.

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– President Trump and his advisors continue to cooperate and be transparent, says his spokesperson Stephen Cheung, who at the same time continues to accuse the Justice Department of pursuing a politically motivated investigation against the former president.

Donald Trump resides in Mar-a-Lago, Florida.

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in August Hit the FBI against Trump’s Mar-a-Lago stay in Florida after months of trying to get him to turn over government documents. The FBI had previously discovered 184 classified documents in boxes Trump turned over from the residence at the start of the year. About two dozen of the documents were marked as top secret, and in the wrong hands, many were judged capable of exposing American agents abroad.

The US Department of Justice is still investigating Trump’s handling of the documents. At the same time, authorities fear he may have more sensitive documents in his possession, and a federal judge has ordered the former president’s camp to be searched in more buildings.