Search warrant for Trump home released; several sets of classified documents found
The Search warrant and list of documents taken from former President Trump’s Mar-A-Lago home has been released and reveals agents confiscated classified materials marked top-secret and confidential.
The agents also took about 18 boxes of documents, hand-written notes, and photographs.
The search warrant reveals agents were authorized by the judge to look for classified documents, communications regarding those documents, and any evidence that revealed the documents could have been altered, concealed or destroyed.
The agents were allowed to look in the former president’s office, storage rooms, and all other rooms on the sprawling estate where documents could be stored.
Magistrate Judge BRUCE REINHART ordered the documents be released after the Justice Department made a motion to unseal Thursday and a subsequent filing was made saying Trump’s legal team did not oppose.
Trump put out a statement stating that all the documents in Mar-A-Lago were declassified and that the government could have had the documents back anytime they wanted. Straight from DC, I’m Ray Bogan.