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FBI seizes top secret documents from Donald Trump’s house

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FBI seizes top secret documents from Donald Trump's house

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has recovered some top secret government documents from former US President Donald Trump’s residence in the US state of Florida. The US Justice Department said Friday that FBI agents searched Trump’s home in Florida this week, confiscating some confidential documents. These documents were related to nuclear weapons. Now with this revelation, the problems of former President Donald Trump may increase in the coming time.

Former US President Trump is being accused of violating the Espionage Act by keeping secret documents in his residence. FBI agents searched Trump’s residence based on a warrant approved by a federal magistrate. Four days later, in the statement issued by the agency, many surprising revelations were made regarding legal documents.

Investigating officials told US Magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart in his warrant application that there was probable cause to believe Trump violated the Espionage Act. At the same time, the disclosure of documents at the top secret level with Trump could pose a big legal threat to him.

Further, the US Justice Department said that the documents should have been kept safe in special government facilities, how were they with Trump? Also told that in this way there could be serious damage to national security. On the other hand, if Trump is found guilty in this case, he can be sentenced to at least five years in prison.

Recently, the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) raided the Florida residence of former President Donald Trump to search for documents related to nuclear weapons. They are accused of not handing over the documents to the new government after Trump left his government. Government officials are concerned that the documents could have fallen into the wrong hands at Trump’s Florida home. According to officials, these documents are related to national security.

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