A federal court heard from both the Department of Justice and the attorneys representing former President Donald Trump on the unsealing of the warrant that was used to search his home.
With the unsealing, the American people will see the warrant and the receipt for property, but not the affidavit used to obtain the warrant which contains far more information on the reason for the warrant, but we have yet to hear the judge’s decision.
But we now know some of what was taken from the former president’s home, The Wall Street Journal reported.
The agents who searched his home uncovered 11 boxes of classified documents, with some marked as “top secret,” The Journal reported.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation agents took around 20 boxes of items, binders of photos, a handwritten note and the executive grant of clemency for Mr. Trump’s ally Roger Stone, a list of items removed from the property shows. Also included in the list was information about the “President of France,” according to the three-page list. The list is contained in a seven-page document that also includes the warrant to search the premises which was granted by a federal magistrate judge in Florida.