Mar-a-Lago workers for former President Trump moved boxes of papers a day before federal authorities visited the residence last June to recover classified documents, The Washington Post reported.
The Post also reported that people familiar with the matter said that Trump employees allegedly carried out a “dress rehearsal” for moving the documents even before they received a subpoena for documents last May. The Post reported that this new information could potentially extend the timeline determining whether the former president obstructed justice.
The New York Times reported that a maintenance worker saw a Trump aide moving boxes into the storage area just one day before federal authorities visited the residence in June. A person familiar with the matter told The Times that the worker helped the aide move the boxes but did not know what the boxes contained.
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