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Key Trump Defense Crumbles as Unredacted Passage in Mar-a-Lago Search Warrant Surfaces



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A bombshell revelation has emerged from the recently unredacted portions of the Mar-a-Lago search warrant, exposing a passage that strikes at the heart of one of Donald Trump’s key defenses. Former U.S. Attorney Joyce Vance, known for her astute legal analysis, has meticulously dissected the document and unveiled a discovery that could have grave implications for the former president’s court battles.

In her widely followed Substack publication, “Civil Discourse with Joyce Vance,” Vance has shed light on an eye-opening revelation buried in the warrant.

Hidden at the bottom of paragraph 58, the document discloses a stunning detail: “Multiple documents also contained what appears to be FPOTUS’s handwritten notes.”

Mar-a-Lago search warrant

In this screengrab, the newly unredacted portions of the affidavit are in yellow highlight

“This means Trump won’t be able to claim he never saw the documents—at best he could argue that the notes were written while he was in office,” Vance explained. “However, if he chooses this argument, he still needs to provide an explanation for how the documents ended up at Mar-a-Lago after being in his possession.”

The revelation unquestionably strengthens the government’s case against Trump. Vance points out that the former president’s recent erratic behavior on social media may be a result of his legal team gaining access to discovery materials and realizing the formidable strength of the prosecution’s case.


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