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Dozens Of Mar-a-Lago Staff Subpoenaed By Special Counsel In Classified Docs Probe
At least two dozen people close to former president Donald Trump, ranging from inner circle aides to staff members at his Mar-a-Lago residence in Florida, have been subpoenaed as part of the special counsel investigation into the former president’s handling of classified documents, CNN reported Friday.
“They’re casting an extremely wide net – anyone and everyone who might have seen something,” the news network reported citing a source with knowledge of the case.
Investigators have interviewed Mar-a-Lago staff members seen on security footage moving boxes and called Trump adviser Margo Martin to appear before a grand jury in Washington on Thursday, according to the report.
“They’re casting an extremely wide net – anyone and everyone who might have seen something,” said one source familiar with the Justice Department’s efforts.
The Justice Department has been investigating Donald Trump’s handling of national security records and possible obstruction for about a year. Last summer, FBI agents recovered more than 100 classified documents during a search of Mar-a-Lago. Since then, Trump’s legal team has turned over additional classified material.
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