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Trump Faces Setbacks In Mar-a-Lago Case — And More Litigation In New York

Trump Faces Setbacks In Mar-a-Lago Case — And More Litigation In New York

Update: 2022-09-221
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A panel of judges from the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals allowed the Justice Department to resume reviewing classified documents seized at Mar-a-Lago without the supervision of a special master. Meanwhile, New York state attorney general Letitia James announced the filing of a $250 million civil suit against Trump and some of his children, alleging fraudulent business practices.

This episode: political reporter Deepa Shivaram, national justice correspondent Carrie Johnson, and reporter Andrea Bernstein.

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Trump Faces Setbacks In Mar-a-Lago Case — And More Litigation In New York

Trump Faces Setbacks In Mar-a-Lago Case — And More Litigation In New York

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