FBI agents searched classified documents related to nuclear weapons, among what was searched in the mansion of former President Donald Trump, people familiar with the investigation reported to the Washington Post.
The former US president’s Mar-a-Lago residence, located in Florida, was the scene of a raid last Monday. This Thursday the attorney general of the United States, Merrick Garland, confirmed that he himself “personally” approved the FBI to search the mansion.
Classified information experts said the unusual search underscores the deep concern some administration officials expected to find about the type of information in Trump’s mansion and potentially in danger of falling into the wrong hands.
This past Tuesday the former president Christina Bobb’s lawyer reported that FBI agents about a dozen boxes were removed from a storage area during the search.
Bobb claimed that the FBI left him a copy of the court order proving that they had court clearance to enter Trump’s home.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation of the United States (FBI) reported this Thursday that an armed subject tried to violate the perimeter of its facilities in the city of Cincinnati, Ohio, as part of the search of the Trump building.