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Here’s What Trump’s ‘Nuclear Documents’ Could Be

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YESTERDAY EVENING, THE Washington Post broke the blockbuster news that FBI agents who searched former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence on Monday were looking for “nuclear documents,” a phrase that immediately set off alarms inside national security circles. The nation’s nuclear systems and plans are considered among the most sensitive and most narrowly known secrets.
2 months ago·Washington, United States

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Here’s What Trump’s ‘Nuclear Documents’ Could Be

FBI agents reportedly searched Mar-a-Lago for “nuclear documents.” That can fall into one of these four categories.

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