Mar-a-Lago Guests were partying feet away from Classified Docs: NYT
- It was possible to expose government documents that were found at Donald Trump’s club and home Mar-a-Lago.
- According to The New York Times,Many of Trump’s documents were kept in half-open storage.
- Because Trump hosted at most 50 political events, documents were left behind under umbrellas and beach chairs.
Government documents found at former President Donald Trump’s club and residence Mar-a-Lago were stored in semi-open storage rooms — the same club that hosted dozens of events where guests partied and swam in close proximity to classified documents.
Boxes containing documents were kept between beach chairs, umbrellas, and storage rooms near the resort’s central patios and outdoor spaces used for hosting events. The documents were sometimes only 60 feet away from guests. according to a sweeping visual investigation by The New York TimesThis article shed light on the nature and storage of government documents that were marked “classified”
According to the Times’s report, Trump hosted at most 50 political events within the first 19 months of his departure from office. Many of the events were held in the central outdoor space next to the estate’s swimming pool or in White and Gold Ballroom.
Multiple storage rooms were used to store documents less than 60ft away from the White and Gold Ballroom. Event attendees poured out onto an awning. The storage rooms — lining the pool where guests swam, and around the corner from the ballroom — feature arched doors that per The Times were frequently kept half-open, and were open during at least four political events.
This investigation follows a decision of a federal appeals court in December that was deemed invalid. special mastermust stop reviewing the government documentsThey were taken to Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate. This was a huge win for the Justice Department.
Trump spokesperson claimed that only certain employees could access the room. Insider asked for more information but was not immediately returned by him. For months, Trump had succeeded in To delay the DOJ’s criminal probe into the documents he kept as administrations changed, he used lower courts.
Initially, the special master was assigned to review all documents recovered at Mar-a-Lago. This included 11,000 general documents and 100 documents marked classified. The goal was then to determine whether any documents are protected under attorney-client or executive privilege.
The extraordinary Pandora’s Box of opportunities opened up by the decision to appoint a special Master. concerns for national security experts.
Mid-November, US Attorney General Merrick Galrland announced that special prosecutor Jack SmithBased on Trump’s decision not to run for re-election, he would be in charge of criminal investigations.
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