Description:Allegations that President Trump violated the Espionage Act or obstructed justice are being investigated by the FBI.
The search warrant, unsealed on Friday, reveals that agents collected classified data from Trump’s Florida residence this week as part of the FBI’s Espionage Act probe.
It was found out that Trump had items in his hands such as a handwritten letter, a tape recording, and a handgun.
Ones labeled “TS/SCI,” indicating one of the highest levels of government classification, and another item labeled “Info re: President of France.”
“Executive award of clemency re: Roger Jason Stone, Jr.” was also found at Mar-a-Lago this week. It alludes to one of Trump’s closest confidants who will be pardoned in 2020.
The warrant implies federal law enforcement was investigating into charges that Trump took or destroyed material, obstructed justice, and violated the Espionage Act.
Such refusing to provide national security information when requested. Punishment for breaking the law may include jail time or monetary penalties.
Unsealed at the Justice Department’s request, the documents underline the national security threat missing items posed.
Last week, Attorney General Merrick Garland gave the go-ahead for a historic search of Trump’s property due to mounting concerns.