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Judge in Trump Records Case Blocks Special Master From Viewing Materials With Classified Markings


The U.S. judge in charge of disputes over records seized from former President Donald Trump’s home on Sept. 22 blocked the special master she appointed from viewing records with classified markings taken from Mar-a-Lago. U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon, a Trump appointee, removed the approximately 100 documents marked classified from her earlier order’s definition of “seized material.” Cannon also struck two paragraphs from the earlier order: One that stated the government would have to “Make available for inspection by Plaintiff’s counsel, with controlled access conditions (including necessary clearance requirements) and under the supervision of the Special Master, the documents marked…

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