Trump’s FBI Raid Case Takes Sharp Turn

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Former President Trump’s legal team has not responded to whether the new inventory of the FBI findings at the Mar-a-Lago estate is accurate.

Judge Reymond Dearie, the special master appointed to the case, made a request to Trump’s team which Trump’s attorney’s denied. Currently, the court is trying to get Trump’s team back in court regarding the claims that Trump has been making during his televised interviews as well as on Truth Social, his social media platform. This includes claims that the FBI “planted” many of the declassified documents that were found at Mar-a-Lago.

On Monday night the FBI also released an updated interview of all of the documents that they found during the raid. The inventory was largely the same as the one released months earlier, but there were a few changes to it.

The Justice Department in their filings said that Trump’s objections help no merit. They also added that the Special Master has to know that he is given all of the materials that were taken during the Mar-a-Lago said.

They have also said that Trump needed to participate in the entire process when a request was made by the special master. Trump’s team has refused to respond to many of the requests made by the special master so far in relation to the case.