The former legal team of President Donald Trump turned over classified information to the Justice Department after it was discovered at his Mar-a Lago residence.
James Trusty, who was one of the lawyers for the president, turned over a classified folder and a computer that was reportedly used by a Trump aide to the Justice Department.
They reportedly gave the Justice Department a folder labeled as a classified briefing.
According to John Cohen, a former intelligence official, investigators usually search a computer in order to find classified materials. They also want to know if the material was sent to other devices or computers.
The document was found in January in Trump's main home in Florida. It was separated from the materials that were recovered during the FBI raid on his property last year.
Trump's lawyers turned over various classified documents to the Justice Department in June after the FBI found over a hundred documents at his Mar-A-Lago residence.
Trump referred to the investigation, which was headed by Jack Smith, as a witch hunt.
A spokesperson for the president referred to the investigation as a witch hunt, saying it was carried out to prevent Trump from being re-elected. They also claimed that the investigation was a fake hoax carried out by the Department of Injustice.
Following the discovery of classified materials at the home of Mike Pence, the FBI raided his house. In addition, top-secret documents were also found in the possession of Joe Biden.
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