Arrest warrant to be unsealed, nuclear-related document raid

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  • US Attorney General Merrick Garland said he “personally authorized” the FBI raid on Donald Trump’s Florida home and requested that the search warrant be unsealed
  • Trump has until 3:00 p.m. ET to oppose the request, but stated on his own social media platform that he will not seek to block its publication
  • The raid on Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort was part of a search for nuclear documents, sources said The Washington Post
  • The FBI’s search was largely based on information from an informant, news week exclusively revealed
  • A gunman was killed after trying to break into an FBI field office days after the raid, authorities say

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FBI was looking for nuclear documents, sources say

Classified documents related to nuclear weapons were among the items the Justice Department was looking for in Monday’s search of Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence. The Washington Post reported on Thursday.

The newspaper quoted unnamed sources as saying the search underscored the urgency government officials felt to prevent the potentially highly sensitive documents from falling into the wrong hands.

This report has not been confirmed and it is still unclear whether the warrant will contain any mention of classified nuclear documents.

Two senior government officials told news week Earlier this week that the FBI agents were searching for classified “national defense information” and that the raid was planned to coincide with Trump’s absence from Mar-a-Lago.

https://www.newsweek.com/donald-trump-news-live-warrant-time-update-fbi-raid-unsealed-nuclear-1733106 Arrest warrant to be unsealed, nuclear-related document raid

Rick Schindler

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