mar-a-lago search

Judge Aileen Cannon lets Trump skate — for now — on his highly suspect claims that the FBI planted files in records seized from Mar-a-Lago.
Raymond Dearie tells the legal team to detail what Trump claims was "planted" at his Florida resort, even though the ex-president watched the search on video.
The former president makes a wild new claim about the extent of his powers while in office.
The independent arbiter tasked with inspecting documents seized in an FBI search of former President Donald Trump’s Florida home says he intends to push briskly through the review process.
Judge Raymond Dearie said the ex-president had to show proof the documents found at Mar-a-Lago had been declassified: "You can't have your cake and eat it."
The department told the 11th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals in Atlanta that the judge’s hold was interfering with its investigation into the presence of top-secret information at Mar-a-Lago.
But they suggested it might be OK for Donald Trump to do that.
Such information is so classified only the president and some members of the Cabinet or high-ranking officials know about them.
An FBI investigation into the presence of top-secret information at Mar-a-Lago is zeroing in on the question of whether former President Donald Trump’s team obstructed the probe.
The ex-president is ready to "burn down the republic" if need be to stop prosecutors from going after him, according to a former GOP congressman.