New Details in FBI Search at Mar-a-Lago Have Surfaced

More details into Monday’s FBI search at Mar-a-Lago have surfaced. It’s still unknown why agents searched the property but in order to obtain the warrant, investigators would have had to show a judge that there was probable cause of a crime and that evidence of that crime was located at the resort. The warrant would have been filed under seal and details are not publicly available. According to Former DOJ officials, the Deputy Attorney General would have had to have given the green light and Attorney General Merrick Garland and/ or FBI Director Chris Wray could have also been consulted. In January, the National Archives retrieved 15 boxes of records from Mar-a-Lago but activity around those has been kept quiet which suggests investigators are looking for more ‘classified’ documents at the resort.