Trump lawyers oppose DOJ’s offer to resume review of seized classified documents – Terrorism, Homeland Security and Defense

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Brandon Van Grack spoke to the the wall street journalover former President Trump’s lawyers asking an independent arbitrator to review all documents the FBI seized from Mar-a-Lago, including those marked classified, rejecting a compromise arrangement the Justice Department had proposed in court a day earlier.

“The process proposed by the former president will significantly delay the investigation,” Brandon said.

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