DOJ Scores First Win in Trump's Classified Documents Case

Posted on AllSides September 22nd, 2022
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The U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) has scored its first win in its case investigating Donald Trump's potential mishandling of classified records after leaving office, after a panel of appeals court judges granted its request to be allowed to examine classified documents seized from the former president.

Last month, the FBI raided Trump's beach club and home Mar-a-Lago in Florida, seizing thousands of files, 103 of which were marked as classified, including 54 labeled secret and 18 labeled top secret.

Trump has denied mishandling the sensitive materials and said that...

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