Trump’s employees conducted ‘dress rehearsal’ for concealing sensitive documents: report
The day before FBI agents came to Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago property to retrieve classified documents, prosecutors believe two of the former president’s employees moved boxes containing papers in a development that’s being viewed as suspicious by investigators, The Washington Post reported Thursday.
Additionally, The Post reports that Trump’s aides conducted a “dress rehearsal” for moving sensitive documents before his office received the May 2022 subpoena.

Prosecutors have also obtained evidence suggesting Trump kept classified documents in his office in a place where they were visible and sometimes showed them to others.

"Taken together," The Post reports, "the new details of the classified-documents investigation suggest a greater breadth and specificity to the instances of possible obstruction found by the FBI and Justice Department than has been previously reported.

"It also broadens the timeline of possible obstruction episodes that investigators are examining — a period stretching from events at Mar-a-Lago before the subpoena to the period after the FBI raid there on Aug. 8."

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