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Brandon Van Grack spoke to USAToday about the FBI
search of former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home as part of
an investigation into allegations of classified documents being
illegally removed from the White House.
“The fact that they obtained a search warrant and knew what
to look for suggests that the FBI has conducted numerous
interviews. Which is all to say that there is a very real risk of
criminal charges,” said Brandon.
While mishandling classified information, specifically statute
18 U.S. Code 1924, has a maximum penalty of five years of
imprisonment, Brandon continued, there is “still a very high
hurdle” to criminally prosecuting a former president for
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