The special master reviewing paperwork seized from former President Donald Trump’s Florida home on Thursday gave Trump a “final opportunity” to dispute an inventory of records taken by the FBI.
Judge Raymond Dearie said that Trump has until Sept. 30 to clarify his claims that documents may have been planted.
Dearie is the semi-retired “senior” Brooklyn federal court judge reviewing whether the government has a right to various records taken by the FBI in an Aug. 8 raid on his Mar-a-Lago resort.
Dearie wrote that the deadline will be Trump’s “final opportunity to raise any factual dispute as to the completeness and accuracy of the Detailed Property Inventory.”
Trump has not released evidence to back up his insinuations that some records may have been planted. (Read more from “‘Final’ Answer: Special Master Gives Trump Last Chance to Dispute FBI Inventory” HERE)
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