Trump workers moved classified documents at Mar-a-Lago before prosecutors arrived: report
- Two of Donald Trump's employees moved boxes of papers the day before the FBI and a prosecutor visited his Florida home to retrieve classified documents in response to a subpoena, which investigators view as suspicious and a possible sign of obstruction.
- The investigation suggests a greater breadth and specificity of possible obstruction by Trump and his aides than previously reported, including a "dress rehearsal" for moving sensitive papers and evidence that Trump kept classified documents in a visible place in his office and sometimes showed them to others.
Published 14 days ago · West Palm Beach, United States
Video Trump workers moved boxes before FBI agents visited Mar-a-Lago: Report
The Washington Post is reporting that two of Donald Trump’s employees moved boxes of papers the day before FBI agents visited Mar-a-Lago to retrieve classified documents.
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