The Justice Department this month completed an investigation into potentially secret documents seized from former President Donald Trump’s Florida mansion, revealing a limited set of materials that may contain confidential information of attorneys and clients. has been identified, and was filed in court on Monday.
The bureau’s filing follows a judge’s order over the weekend calling for a special master to review the seized documents and set aside anything that could be subject to claims of legal privilege. It shows that she’s receptive to Trump’s legal team’s demands.
A hearing is scheduled for Thursday in federal court in Florida.
The Justice Department said in a filing that it will disclose more information later this week.
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