Donald Trump gave the National Archives classified and ‘top secret’ documents he brought to Mar-a-Lago

When former President Donald Trump left office, he didn’t go alone – rather, he took tons of documents, including files that were “clearly marked” as classified, according to a new report from The Washington Post. Two sources familiar with the matter told the newspaper that several of the documents Trump had taken back to his Mar-a-Lago residence were marked as “top secret”, although it was still unclear on Thursday how many had been designated as such. level, or had been marked as overall rated. The marks indicating the documents are extremely sensitive were discovered by the National Archives and Records Administration, to which the former president shipped 15 boxes of documents from Florida last month. The agency has asked federal agents to investigate further. Officials have been locked in discussions about whether to open a full investigation into the matter, with a Justice Department spokesman declining to comment on the To post, the outlet reported on Thursday. A Trump spokesperson said, “Clearly, a normal, routine process is being weaponized by anonymous, politically motivated government sources to peddle fake news.”

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