Federal agents removed thousands of documents from former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate — only a fraction of which contained classified information, according to a detailed inventory unsealed by a federal judge Friday.
The property list revealed by US District Judge Aileen Cannon revealed that hundreds of pages of documents and photographs seized by federal agents Aug. 8 bore no classification markings at all.
In a redacted affidavit made public last week, the Justice Department revealed that 184 classified documents were mixed in with press clippings, personal correspondence and other mementoes from Trump’s four years in office.
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