US source: Trump home search was for “nuclear documents”

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The newspaper added that it was not clear whether the elements Federal Bureau of Investigation They found those documents that US officials fear will fall into "wrong hands".

Earlier, he came out US Attorney GeneralMerrick Garland, expressed his silence, saying he was in agreement with the search note issued for a search of Trump’s home, in Florida, last Monday.

Garland confirmed that federal agents searched Trump’s Florida home to investigate whether he illegally took records from the White House while leaving office.

He added that the Ministry of Justice asked the court to disclose a search warrant submitted as part of the investigation because of "Great public interest"Trump himself announced the inspection in a statement Monday evening.

Trump was given a 24-hour deadline, ending Friday, at 3 p.m. local time in Florida, if he wanted to object to the release of the memo.

For his part, former US President Donald Trump said on Thursday that his lawyers and representatives "They cooperate fully" in the investigation.

It represents an unprecedented inspection in a resort "Maralago" Palm Beach is in a major escalation in one of the many investigations he has faced since his time in office and in his own business.

The Ministry of Justice came under fire and threats online this week, following the search.

Trump supporters and some fellow Republicans in Washington have accused Democrats of using positions of responsibility as a weapon to target Trump.

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The newspaper added that it was not clear whether the elements Federal Bureau of Investigation They had found those documents that US officials fear might fall into the “wrong hands”.

Earlier, he came out US Attorney GeneralMerrick Garland, expressed his silence, saying he was in agreement with the search note issued for a search of Trump’s home, in Florida, last Monday.

Garland confirmed that federal agents searched Trump’s Florida home to investigate whether he illegally took records from the White House while leaving office.

He added that the Justice Department had asked the court to release a search warrant submitted as part of the investigation because of the “great public interest”, after Trump himself announced the search in a statement Monday night.

Trump was given a 24-hour deadline, ending Friday, at 3 p.m. local time in Florida, if he wanted to object to the release of the memo.

For his part, former US President Donald Trump said Thursday that his lawyers and representatives are “fully cooperating” in the investigation.

The unprecedented search at the Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach represents a significant escalation in one of the many investigations he has faced since his time in office and in his private business.

The Ministry of Justice came under fire and threats online this week, following the search.

Trump supporters and some fellow Republicans in Washington have accused Democrats of using positions of responsibility as a weapon to target Trump.

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