US Department of Justice There are no objections to Trump's nominee for Special Master

MOSCOW: According to The New York Times, the US Justice Department has no objection to the Special Master's nominee - a neutral reviewer of case evidence - studying secret documents discovered by former President Donald Trump during an FBI raid on Trump's march. proposed for. A-Lago residence last month.

The Justice Department previously proposed two retired judges for the position: Barbara Jones, a former federal judge of the Federal District Court for the Southern District of New York, and Thomas Griffith, a former judge of the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. In response, Trump proposed the candidacy of Raymond Deary, a part-time senior judge in the Federal District Court for the Eastern District of New York, and Paul Huck, a former deputy attorney general in Florida.

According to The New York Times, Justice Department attorneys said in a filing that Jones, Griffith and Dearie all had "substantial judicial experience" and were eligible for the position of Special Master, while Huck "did not have the same experience." "

Despite the fact that the Justice Department has no complaints about Trump's choice, the final decision will be made by U.S. District Judge Eileen Cannon, who is involved in the case.

According to the disclosed search warrant receipt, the FBI executed a search warrant at Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence in Florida on August 8 and searched the premises for nine hours, confiscating 11 sets of documents and other materials, some of which was labeled. top secret."

The Justice Department released a comprehensive list in early September, outlining the common types of items in 33 boxes of documents taken from Trump's office and storage room, including 48 "empty folders with 'classified' banners in four boxes." with" was mentioned.

Canon announced Monday that it would allow third-party examination of some of the documents seized during a search of Trump's assets, effectively suspending the government investigation until the Special Master's review is complete. Canon said the decision was made taking into account the potential harm from the disclosure of Trump's personal information.

The United States Department of Justice has filed an appeal against a federal judge's decision to appoint a Special Master.
Trump has denied possessing classified documents and has criticized a political Mar-a-Lago raid by the FBI and the Justice Department to prevent him from running for president in 2024.

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