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FBI Mar-a-Lago search: DOJ opposes unsealing affidavit for warrant

PREVIOUS COVERAGE: Trump says FBI searched Mar-a-Lago estate in major escalation of probeThe court filing — from Juan Antonio Gonzalez, the U.S. attorney in Miami, and Jay Bratt, a top Justice Department national security official — argues that making the affidavit public would "cause significant and irreparable damage to this ongoing criminal investigation."The document, the prosecutors say, details "highly sensitive information about witnesses," including people who have been interviewed by the government, and contains confidential grand jury information.The government told a federal magistrate judge that prosecutors believe some additional records, including the cover sheet for the warrant and the government’s request to seal the documents, should now be made public.Chuck McCullough, a former FBI special agent, joins the show to talk how law enforcement officials got the warrant to raid former President Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate as part of an investigation into whether he took classified records from the White House to his Florida residence.A property receipt unsealed Friday showed the FBI seized 11 sets of classified documents, with some not only marked top secret but also "sensitive compartmented information," a special category meant to protect the nation’s most important secrets that if revealed publicly could cause "exceptionally grave" damage to U.S.

interests. The court records did not provide specific details about information the documents might contain.The Justice Department acknowledged Monday that its ongoing criminal investigation "implicates highly classified material."READ MORE: FBI raid on Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate: Former agent talks significance, what's nextThe search warrant, also unsealed Friday,

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