Following a request from Mr. Trump's team, U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon ordered the more thorough inventory to be made public on Thursday.
The packing of boxes with secret documents in them and newspaper clippings on them has been dubbed haphazard by the media, including the Wall Street Journal. Trump wasn't the one who packed the boxes, despite the fact that that was done with malice. The GAO packaged the boxes. We need more information on that, but nobody is making a public inquiry.
Approximately 33 boxes holding more than 100 secret documents were taken by agents, according to the prosecution. According to the inventory, seven of the boxes or containers were found in Mr. Trump's office and the remaining items were kept in a storage area inside the exclusive club.
The receipt reveals that 99 newspaper and magazine clippings from 2017 and 2018 were located in one of the boxes discovered in Mr. Trump's office, along with seven documents marked as top secret, fifteen documents marked as secret, 43 empty folders marked as classified, and 28 empty folders marked "Return to Staff/Secretary/Miliary[sic] Aide," among other things.
According to the list, there were five more empty folders in the storage area with categorised banners.
76 folders were thus empty. Do they possess the nuclear codes?
The Justice Department circulated this image to give Trump a "haphazard" appearance.
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Independent Sentinel.