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Some Trump Records Taken to Mar-a-Lago Clearly Marked as Classified, Including Documents at ‘Top Secret’ Level

The Washington Post

10 Feb 2022

Brandon Van Grack spoke to The Washington Post about the possible criminal implications of the reported classified documents taken from the White House to former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence.

“Regardless of whether a criminal case could be substantiated,” Brandon said. “The FBI would want and need to review the information and conduct an investigation to determine what occurred and whether any sources and methods were compromised.”

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