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‘Government Hasn’t Proven Trump Search Warrant Affidavit Should Remain Sealed,’ Judge Stated


U.S. government officials have not presented sufficient evidence to keep a key document related to the search warrant executed at President Donald Trump’s home shielded from the public, a federal judge ruled on Aug. 22. U.S. officials have claimed that an affidavit, which convinced U.S. Magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart to approve the warrant, needs extensive redactions to protect FBI agents and witnesses, as well as the ongoing investigation into Trump. The redactions would leave “very little—nothing of substance,” Jay Bratt, chief of the Department of Justice’s Counterintelligence and Export Control Section, told Reinhart during a recent hearing. The government has…

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