White House officials have privately expressed deep concern over the tranche of classified material taken to former President Donald Trump's home in Florida, including some documents that are only…
Intel officials have also expressed concern about what Trump might have taken, and have had discussions w/ DOJ, the intel committees, and the Archives in recent months about potentially missing sensitive documents. latest w/@kaitlancollins @Kevinliptakcnn https://t.co/WZb18VG3Sw
Biden and his team are keeping their distance from the criminal probe into material Trump took to Mar-a-Lago. But privately there are concerns over what he took — and what he planned to do with it W/ @kaitlancollins @NatashaBertrand https://t.co/N2ADWvY9zD
White House officials have privately expressed deep concern over the tranche of classified material taken to Mar-a-Lago, including some documents that are only meant to be viewed only in secure government facilities https://t.co/OHzSvRj132
This feels a lot like teeing up indictments. https://t.co/3jZV3LqNep
White House officials privately express concern classified information taken to Mar-a-Lago could put intelligence community at risk. via @kaitlancollins, @Kevinliptakcnn & @NatashaBertrand https://t.co/kfBK1jfrZn
White House officials privately express concern about classified information taken to Mar-a-Lago https://t.co/7ZbLExRCLS
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