Top-secret documents kept at Mar-a-Lago contained foreign nuclear secrets that only an official at Cabinet level or higher could bring to the attention of others, the report said: Some documents were so classified that only a few DOZENS of people from knew of their existence
- Donald Trump’s home at Mar-a-Lago Country Club was raided by FBI agents in August
- During their search, agents found documents about other nations’ nuclear capabilities that were so sensitive they were not allowed to see them
- The Washington Post reports that only a few dozen national security officials knew of the existence of the documents
Nuclear secrets of foreign nations were uncovered by FBI agents who raided Donald Trump’s home at Mar-a-Lago Country Club in August.
The documents found required such a high level of clearance that FBI agents and even senior members of President Joe Biden’s administration were barred from viewing them, according to a new Washington Post bombshell report.
The Post report goes on to say that the documents were so sensitive that only a few dozen national security officials knew of their existence.
For his part, ex-President Donald Trump has claimed that the FBI raid was nothing more than a scam, even suggesting on his Truth Social platform that law enforcement officials planted evidence during the raid.
Nuclear secrets of foreign nations were uncovered by FBI agents who raided Donald Trump’s home at Mar-a-Lago Country Club in August
An FBI photo of the search released last week revealed how some of the documents were clearly classified as classified – but sparked allegations of defamation against Trump
In August it was reported that a “filtering team” of FBI agents poring over 15 boxes of materials seized at Mar-a-Lago had already completed its review of material potentially affecting attorney-client privilege and told a judge that it would provide more thorough review of the material they removed.
However, that material will remain classified following a federal district judge’s “tentative intention” to grant former President Donald Trump’s request for a “special supervisor” to review the documents.
In an Aug. 14 Truth Social post, Trump insisted the FBI had no right to seize documents containing privileged information and demanded their return.
‘Oh cool! It has just been learned that in their now famous Mar-a-Lago raid, the FBI stole boxes of privileged “attorney-client” material and also privileged “executive” material that they knowingly shouldn’t have taken,” he wrote .
“By providing a copy of this TRUTH, I respectfully request that these documents be returned immediately to the place from which they were taken. Many Thanks!’