- Oct 7, 2019
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You really are ignorant on this entire subject. Why not get off MSDNC and do your own research, you blithering moron.And you know he compiled how?
Earlier this year the National Archives and Records Administration said it took 15 boxes of records out of Mar-a-Lago, roughly 12 months after Trump left office.
Four top DOJ officials traveled to Mar-a-Lago in early June to speak with the former president's attorneys about the documents, it was reported by CNN the day after the FBI raid.
The DOJ's counterintelligence and export control section chief Jay Bratt was reportedly among the group who sat down with Trump's lawyers.
Trump's team had also shown the government officials where Trump were storing documents. Investigators reportedly observed that some of the files there were marked as classified.
At one point the former president himself reportedly stopped in to say hello and 'make small talk' before leaving again.
Days after the investigators' visit, they reportedly sent a letter to Trump's staff on June 8 asking them to secure the room where they observed the documents being stored.
It was then that the padlock was reportedly placed on the door.
Trump confirms DOJ visited Mar-a-Lago in June to ask about records