A previous examiner in Robert Mueller's group made sense of how the Department of Justice had proactively uncovered proof
Andrew Weissman, a veteran government examiner who dealt with the exceptional guidance examination concerning Trump's connections to Russia, analyzed the division's late-evening documenting
which ran 40 pages in length and incorporated a photograph of ordered materials tracked down reserved in boxes and work area drawers at Mar-A-Lago.
The previous examiner summed up the public authority's situation
which shows that Trump realized he had profoundly grouped materials and misled the public authority to conceal the 26 boxes of records for over year and a half
and they had proof he knew where those things were situated at his confidential retreat.