After the FBI searches the former US president, he wants a special representative to examine the confiscated documents. The US Department of Justice opposes this.
The battle between the American judiciary and the Trump camp enters the next round. Recently, the court ordered an impartial review of confidential documents confiscated from former President Trump’s residence.
The Department of Justice has now announced that it will appeal against these instructions. The highest US judiciary argues that a review of the files by a special representative will delay the investigation of the case.
In early August, the FBI searched Trump’s mansion in Palm Beach, Florida. The FBI confiscated several sets of documents classified as top secret. Since Trump kept the records on his private property after his tenure in office, he may have broken the law.
Trump and his lawyers criticize the authorities’ actions as politically motivated. They insisted on hiring a neutral examiner and filed a corresponding lawsuit.
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