Judge appoints special master to review documents seized at Mar-a-Lago – Terrorism, Homeland Security and Defense

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Brandon Van Grack appeared on NPR’s Morning Edition to discuss a federal judge in Florida appointing a special master to review classified documents seized from former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home.

“That seems reasonable, which is why I think the Justice Department will ultimately have a limited appeal of this decision,” Brandon said. “But it raises – particularly in relation to these 100 classified documents – concerns about the separation of powers between the judiciary and the executive, and I think it has real implications in terms of the capacity of the Ministry of Justice. Justice and the FBI to protect our national security. .”

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