Highly classified documents held at Mar-a-Lago contained foreign nuclear secrets that only a Cabinet level official or higher could authorize others to know, report says: Some documents were so secret that just a few DOZEN people knew of their existence

  • Donald Trump’s home at the Mar-a-Lago country club was raided by FBI agents in August 
  • During their search, agents found documents on the nuclear capabilities of other nations that were so sensitive, they were not allowed to view them
  • The Washington Post reports that only a few dozen of national security officials knew of the existence of the docs 

Foreign nations’ nuclear secrets were found by the FBI agents that raided Donald Trump’s home at the Mar-a-Lago country club in August. 

The documents recovered required such a high level of clearance, FBI agents and even senior members of President Joe Biden’s administration were not allowed to view them, according to a new bombshell report from the Washington Post. 

The Post report goes on to say that the documents were so sensitive, only a few dozen national security officials knew of their existence. 

For his part, ex-President Donald Trump has maintained that the FBI raid was nothing more than a hoax, that the documents were due for placement at his presidential  and has even suggested on his Truth Social platform that law-enforcement agents planted evidence during the search. 

The documents, according to the Post, described different nation’s ability to defend against nuclear attacks. 

Foreign nations’ nuclear secrets were found by the FBI agents that raided Donald Trump’s home at the Mar-a-Lago country club in August

An FBI photograph of the search released last week revealed how some of the documents were clearly marked classified – but sparked allegations of a smear against Trump

The Post report goes on to say that the documents were so sensitive, only a few dozen national security officials knew of their existence

The Post report cites sources close to the investigation. One source says that the documents go beyond top-level clearance but require special need-to-know clearances. 

Such documents are commonly stored in secure facilities and are guarded by a ‘designated control officer.’

It’s not clear how well guarded the documents were at Trump’s country club. According to the Feds, documents were found in the former Apprentice host’s office, his personal residence on the grounds and in a storage closet. 

In August, the Washington Post reported that those leading the FBI’s investigation were in search of documents relating to nuclear weapons.  

Foreign nations’ nuclear secrets were found by the FBI agents that raided Donald Trump’s home at the Mar-a-Lago country club in August

In August it was reported that a ‘filter team’ of FBI agents poring over 15 boxes of material seized from Mar-a-Lago has already completed its review of material that may involve attorney client privilege, and told a judge they would provide a more fulsome review of the material they removed.

That material, however, will remain under seal, following a federal district judge’s ‘preliminary intent’ to grant former President Donald Trump’s request for a ‘special master’ to go through the documents.

In a Truth Social post on August 14, Trump insisted the FBI had no right to seize documents with privileged information and demanded their return.

‘Oh great! It has just been learned that the FBI, in its now famous raid of Mar-a-Lago, took boxes of privileged “attorney-client” material, and also “executive” privileged material, which they knowingly should not have taken,’ he wrote.

‘By copy of this TRUTH, I respectfully request that these documents be immediately returned to the location from which they were taken. Thank you!’

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