The FBI seized 11 sets of classified documents in Trump’s Mar-a-Lago raid

The FBI recovered 11 sets of classified documents — including some marked top secret and meant to be available only at special government facilities — from former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate following its raid earlier this week, according to a new report secured.

The Wall Street Journal, citing a leaked inventory of what was stolen from the Palm Beach resort, reported that agents removed about 20 boxes along with a handwritten note, folders of photos and the executive branch’s clemency plea for his longtime adviser Roger Stone.

According to the list, among the classified materials collected were four sets of top secret documents, three sets of secret documents and three sets of confidential documents.

Agents removed about 20 boxes of documents from Trump's home, including four sets "hush-hush" Documents.
Agents removed about 20 boxes of documents from Trump’s home, including four sets of “top secret” documents.
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A federal judge gave Trump until this afternoon to respond to a Justice Department request to unseal the search inventory.
A federal judge gave Trump until this afternoon to respond to a Justice Department request to unseal the search inventory.
Department of Justice/ZUMA Press Wire Service
The FBI also reportedly took items, including photographs, a handwritten note and the executive branch's clemency plea for Roger Stone.
The FBI also reportedly took items, including photographs, a handwritten note and the executive branch’s clemency plea for Roger Stone.
Chris Machian/Omaha World-Herald via AP

A federal judge had given the 45th President’s legal team until 3 p.m. Friday to respond to a Justice Department request to unseal the inventory, known as a “property receipt,” as well as the search warrant executed Monday.

This is an evolving story.

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