‘Secret documents’ found at Trump estate

Former president Donald Trump had more than three hundred confidential documents in his house. Some of the papers were found early this year when Trump turned them over to the National Archives. The rest surfaced in June and during the search earlier this month. Meanwhile, Trump has sued the state for shutting down the FBI investigation, which he wants to shut down.

According to The New York Times, 150 confidential documents were found at the beginning of this year when Donald Trump transferred fifteen boxes of paperwork to the National Archives of the United States. He should have handed those boxes over a year earlier when he left the White House.

The discovery of the 150 documents prompted the FBI to search Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home earlier this month, the US newspaper writes.

In June, Trump employees also allegedly handed over confidential documents to the Justice Department. It involves paperwork from the CIA, NSA and FBI, among others.