Redacted Mar-a-Lago affidavit reveals DOJ's push to recover classified records

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The Justice Department has released the partially redacted affidavit used to authorize the FBI search of former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home. CBS News’ chief election and campaign correspondent Robert Costa and legal contributor Jessica Levinson join Catherine Herridge to discuss.

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wood says:

He is guilty but will always deny and deflect…..

MASTER says:


Éamonn Síoċáin says:

The MAGA Cult poses the greatest threat to our Republic in its history.

Crispin Fornoff says:

But they waited 18 months. Clearly were in no rush and no concern.

stratocasterblue says:

I want to see the area 51 ufo files he stole

Ortiz Nick says:

Thats B.S why you messing with Trump during elections so obvious you cowards

John Pauritsch says:

How stupid do you think the American people are no one's watching you losers your botts aren't fooling anyone

Commie Hunter says:

Id like to see those epstein and maxwell documents. Atleast we know there's a crime that ACTUALLY took place, there.

Darryl Johnson says:

Redacted = no transparency = lies

Bennett Snoddy says:

Sounds like another Hoax to me

don fisher says:

Likely one of most ambiguous search warrants. Can't say, we might find this or that.

Ryan McNabb says:

Are there any consequences for your actions?

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