USA.- The FBI raid on the Mar-A-Lago residence of former US President Donald Trump ended the seizure of 10 boxes of suspected classified documentsas reported on Tuesday by The Wall Street Journal.
A person familiar with the matter cited by the newspaper identified the judge who approved the search warrant like Bruce Reinhardt.
Monday’s search by the FBI at Trump residence seemed to focus on classified material that the former Republican president took with him to Sea-To-Lakehis private club and residence, when he left the White House.
Federal law prohibits the transfer of these types of records to unauthorized locations.
Trump delayed the return of 15 boxes of material requested by National Archives officials for many months, only doing so when there was a threat that action would be taken.
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Monday’s search was in part to determine if there were any records left at the club, a person with knowledge of the club said. operative.