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Donald Trump is under investigation for spying crimes – documents revealed

Donald Trump is being investigated on suspicion of espionage.

Therefore, the FBI raided his home in Mar-a-lago where they found “top secret” documents.

Now the search warrant and the seizure list are made public.

Tours around Donald Trump The raid on his property continues, Mar-a-lago.

Report now Politico The former president is being investigated on suspicion of violating the Espionage Act and obstruction of justice which led to the raid. The team room can be used if leaked documents are suspected, and the Espionage Act prohibits possession and transmission of defense information.

The FBI raided Mar-a-Lago, Florida, early Monday morning. Customers took about 20 boxes of documents, folders, photographs and other materials during the inspection. The order came from US Attorney Merrick Garland and the judges approved it. The reason is that Donald Trump is accused of taking classified documents from the White House with him when he ended his term.

The list has been published

according to The Wall Street Journal The FBI confiscated eleven sets of classified documents during the raid. Many of them were marked as “top secret” and were meant to be kept in special government facilities.

On Friday, a federal judge ruled that the search warrant and the list of FBI agents must be made public. It appears that prior to the home search there was a suspicion that Donald Trump had violated the Espionage Act.

Attachments are numbered and labeled and many are referred to only as “top secret”. I mentioned yesterday Washington Post That the FBI had found classified documents on nuclear weapons, which Trump denied.

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Some of the seizures on the list bear the names “Info Re: President of France”, “Handwritten Note” and “Pardon of Roger Stone”, a former Trump adviser.

Attorney General Merrick Garland had requested that the list be made public due to the broad public interest. Even Donald Trump said Thursday that he welcomes the decision.

‘They can get what they want’

The FBI campaign is the first of its kind for a former head of the FBI United States of America. On Thursday, Donald Trump wrote on his own platform, Truth Social, that agents searched the place and, among other things, made a mess of Melania’s wife’s wardrobe during the raid.

Trump wrote in his post that he was “fully cooperating” and that “the government could have gotten what they wanted, if we had that.”

According to Donald Trump’s lawyer, the documents must be classified before Trump can take them from the White House to Mar-a-Lago and he has a mandate to do so.

Here are the published documents

Donald Trump earlier this week.

Secret service outside the Trump residence where the FBI raided.

Mar-a-Lago I Florida.