DOJ Told Trump to Add More Security at Mar-a-Lago 2 Months Before FBI Raid

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The Justice Department sent a letter to former President Donald Trump’s legal team asking to increase security at his Mar-a-Lago residence after the FBI and Department of Justice went to the facility for an inspection in June, according to a letter that was released Friday.

The affidavit and Department of Justice letter (pdf), which were sought by newsgroups and other third-party entities, were unsealed by U.S. Magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart on Friday at around noon. Reinhart is the same judge who approved the FBI search warrant of Mar-a-Lago that was executed by agents on Aug. 8.

“As I previously indicated to you, Mar-a-Lago does not include a secure location authorized for the storage of classified information,” the June 8 letter said, according to the affidavit. “As such, it appears that since the time classified documents were removed from the secure facilities at the White House and moved to Mar-a-Lago on or around January 20, 2021, they have not been handled in an appropriate manner or stored in an appropriate location.”

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