January 27, 2023
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A federal judge in Florida – appointed by Donald Trump – has suggested she might be tempted to grant the former president his request for “special key” audit documents that the FBI seized from his Mar-a-Lago home.

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Judge Eileen M. Cannon of the Federal District Court for the Southern District of Florida indicated on Saturday that she agreed with Mr. Trump and his attorney that an impartial and third-party attorney should be involved in reviewing the documents. However, she added, her order “should not be construed as a final decision on the plaintiff’s application.”

The government has given until Tuesday to present its arguments in the case, and a court hearing is scheduled for Thursday in West Palm Beach, Florida.

The US Department of Justice on Friday released a heavily revised document that explains why the FBI searched the former president’s Florida home earlier this month. Trump and his lawyers have described the search for his Mar-a-Lago home as “politically motivated, shedding and shockingly aggressive.”

They also said that the Department of Justice and the FBI had treated the longtime former president “unfairly.”

Immediately after the revised document was made public, the former president asked a neutral third party or “private master” to review documents seized from his Florida mansion during an FBI search.

“The few lines that have not been redacted raise more questions than answers,” said the former president’s lawyers.

The judge also ordered the Department of Justice to provide a more detailed list of items the FBI had seized, under seal. It also requested an update on the federal government’s review.

Legal experts believe Judge Cannon’s notice on Saturday could be seen as a victory in the Trump camp.

Meanwhile, Mr. Trump has denied any wrongdoing and has offered several explanations for the existence of classified documents at his home. His camp said, “As we can all relate to it, everyone ends up bringing their work home from time to time. American presidents are no different.”

She continued: “President Trump, in order to prepare for work the next day, frequently took documents, including classified documents, to the residence. He had a standing order stating that documents removed from the Oval Office and taken home were declassified as soon as they were removed.”

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