The late-night host spots an odd item in the list of things taken from Mar-a-Lago by the FBI.
Witnesses have suggested to the FBI that Trump just didn’t want to “give up what he believed was his property,” The Washington Post reported.
Leaked information could have seriously jeopardized U.S. security, sources told The Washington Post.
The Navy veteran is captured on surveillance video transferring documents at Mar-a-Lago, The Washington Post reports, adding credibility to his account.
A worker told investigators the ex-president ordered that boxes of documents be moved after he received a subpoena for them, The Washington Post reported.
Jay I. Bratt, head of DOJ counterintelligence operations, told Trump’s lawyers he has not yet returned all the documents that should go to the National Archives.
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.