Mar-a-Lago Workers Reportedly Moved Boxes of Records a Day Before Visit from Feds

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By Steve Neavling

Former President Trump’s workers at Mar-a-Lago reportedly moved boxes of documents a day before FBI agents and a prosecutor came to the residence to retrieve classified records, raising suspicions of obstruction.

Trump’s team knew law enforcement planned to come in June 2022 because the former president had received a subpoena, The Washington Post reports

Ahead of the visit, Trump’s team also held a dress rehearsal. 

In addition, prosecutors have evidence that suggests Trump occasionally kept classified documents in his office, where they were visible, and even showed them to others. 

The information is likely crucial to prosecutors who must determine whether Trump obstructed the investigation or mishandled national security secrets, or both. 

Attorney General Merrick Garland appointed Jack Smith as special counsel to lead the investigation. 

A grand jury could be close to making a charging decision because activity has slowed in recent weeks. 

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