Cheraw Chronicle

Complete News World

The document that formed the basis for the search for a home in Trump's country house has yet to be released |  Abroad

The document that formed the basis for the search for a home in Trump’s country house has yet to be released | Abroad

According to the media, the ministry asked the court to keep the document closed and key. Earlier, the New York Times and other media requested an official disclosure.

The document forms the basis of the search warrant that the FBI used to raid Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach early last week. Reportedly, the judge who signed the search warrant did not make a final decision on whether to make the document public.

Twenty boxes of documents were seized during the inspection. Inventory shows that there Eleven series of secret documents they were with. Some of these documents are classified as “top secret”, requiring the highest level of confidentiality. Investigators suspect that Trump may have violated the US Espionage Act by possessing classified documents.

After the raid, Trump accused the FBI of stealing his passports. According to the New York Times, the Department of Justice has now acknowledged that there were errors and has contacted Trump’s lawyers to return documents, some of which have expired.

See also  British EuroMillions winner 'addicted to donate money': 'Why not?'