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It looks like Trump had classified documents sent to his Mar-a-Lago resort

President Donald Trump took two boxes of documents, including some marked “classified” in his White House Residence.

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A new report claims that after leaving the White House, former President Donald Trump kept around two dozen boxes of documents, some of which were marked “highly classified,” in his personal residence instead of sending them to the National Archives.

According to a report published by the New York Times on Saturday night, their ultimate destination “is not clear.”

After the raid at Mar-a-Lago, the FBI and DHS issued a warning to law enforcement agencies about an increase in threats.

The FBI reportedly searched Trump’s Florida resort last week because of the boxes of papers he had brought back with him after leaving office. This year, the National Archives and Records Administration obtained 15 boxes of presidential records from Mar-a-Lago. Of those, the NARA found that some contained classified information.

On Friday, the FBI unsealed the warrant that authorized the search, revealing that the ex-president was being investigated for possible Espionage Act violations and obstruction of justice.

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While conducting the search warrant, FBI agents discovered a number of documents classified at various levels, including some at the highest level. Of the 20 boxes that were stolen, the agency was able to recover 11 sets of classified documents, including handwritten notes, binders full of photos, and the executive grant of clemency given to Trump ally Roger Stone.

While the investigation into the handling of White House documents continues, Trump has not been charged in the incident. The warrant, however, listed numerous potential violations of American law. According to the ex-president, the files he had were “all declassified,” contradicting reports that the FBI had obtained multiple sets of classified information from the Florida resort.

The Examiner of Washington Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort and the National Archives have been the subject of a number of online video clips.

Emily Jacobs is the original author.

Trump, despite being ordered to turn over the documents, had them delivered to Mar-a-Lago. Report