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National Archives Reports at Least 700 Pages of Classified Documents Seized from Mar-a-Lago

The Justice Department seized at least 700 pages of classified materials when it first recovered documents from former President Trump’s Florida home in January, according to a letter released by the National Archives on Tuesday.

An exchange between the custodians for presidential records and Trump’s attorneys, released after it was first obtained by a conservative news outlet, indicated the former president’s legal team spent months attempting to block the FBI and the intelligence community from reviewing the documents to assess the potential national security fallout.

The exchange revealed that among the materials were those at “the highest levels of classification, including Special Access Program (SAP) materials.”

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