One day before the FBI raid on former President Donald Trump’s Florida estate Mar-a-Lago, two of his employees moved boxes of sensitive papers. Sources familiar with the matter told The Washington Post that the timing of the move is being seen as suspect and a sign of potential obstruction.
People who spoke with the Post on condition of anonymity also revealed that Trump and his aides practiced moving the papers prior to the arrival of a subpoena in May 2022.
Prosecutors have collected evidence that indicates that Trump sometimes had classified materials visible in his office and, at times, showed them to other people, the sources said.
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