The DOJ submits a redacted affidavit used in search of Trump’s estate

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Attorneys for the US Justice Department on Thursday submitted a redacted affidavit that allowed the FBI to obtain a search warrant for former president Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence earlier this month to a US magistrate judge who will decide on its possible release.

The proposed redactions are intended to shield investigators’ sources and methods for collecting evidence as part of their criminal probe into the “highly classified” documents discovered at Trump’s Florida home, Politico reports.

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