“Authorities on Wednesday released additional portions of a search warrant affidavit used to obtain authorization to search Donald Trump’s Florida home last summer – a search that uncovered more than 100 classified documents and opened the path to the indictment of the former president last month for mishandling national security secrets,” the Washington Post reports.
“The new version of the affidavit still keeps a number of investigative details secret. But it reveals more about what officers had learned by the time they executed the search at Mar-a-Lago on August 8, including details of how security camera footage captured a key Trump aide moving boxes before and after being questioned by the FBI.”
“The information fills in some blanks about the high-stakes investigation, but does not fundamentally change the public’s understanding of the 38-count indictment filed last month against Trump and aide, Waltine Nauta. “
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