FBI seized top secret documents at Trump's Mar-a-Lago, but gave no clear hints on what they are

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Top secret documents seized at Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate

Whatever their contents, the records are the basis of a probe that involves criminal statutes of obstruction of justice and the Espionage Act.

WASHINGTON – The government says former President Donald Trump stored caches of “secret” and “top secret” documents at his Florida resort, but provided no clear hints of what they might contain.

Instead of details or examples, the search warrant unsealed Friday contained line items referring to the seizure of “miscellaneous secret documents,” “miscellaneous top secret documents,” and “miscellaneous confidential documents.”

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