American Washington Post newspaper, former US President Donald TrumpDuring the search of ‘s Florida home, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) published a report that among the documents seized by its officials was a top-secret file on the defense capacity of an unnamed foreign state, including nuclear weapons.
The people related to the subject quoted in the news do not say which country’s nuclear capacity is related to this file, nor do they give any clue as to whether this country is considered by the USA in the friend or foe category.
An FBI spokesperson did not comment on the report in the Washington Post. Trump’s spokespersons and lawyers have not yet answered questions.
FBI agents searched Trump’s home in Mar-a-Lago on August 8 and found more than 11,000 official documents and photographs, according to court records.
‘ONLY PEOPLE WITH VERY SPECIAL PERMISSION CAN SEE’
According to the Washington Post’s report, some of the seized documents contain details of the most secret operations of the USA, which are not only classified as “most secret”, but can only be seen by people with very special permission.
According to the report, these documents are so confidential and accessible to so few people that even some of the Biden administration’s most senior national security officials are not allowed to look at them.
The US Department of Justice is investigating the accusation that former President Donald Trump took government documents with him when he left the White House in January 2021, and took them to his home in Florida.
On Monday, a federal judge granted Trump’s request for an independent arbitrator to consider documents confiscated by the FBI at his home. This decision is expected to delay the completion of the criminal investigation by the Ministry of Justice.