Subpoenaed to testify employees of Trump’s Florida home

At least twenty staff members of former US President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence in Florida have been quoted by the American Justice to give their testimony in the iInvestigation into the mishandling of classified documents by the former president.

Those mentioned, among which are from personnel of the resort until members of Trump’s inner circle, They should talk about what they may have seen or heard during their daily tasks on the property, including whether they saw boxes or documents in Trump’s office or elsewhere, according to the chain. CNN.

The investigating prosecutor, Jack Smith, sought testimony from a variety of people close to Trump, from his own lawyers who represent him in the matter, until the staff working on the grounds of Mar-a-Lagoincluding a housekeeper and restaurant servers.

“They’re launching a extremely wide network: each and every one of those who could have seen something, ”said a source familiar with the efforts of the Department of Justice consulted by the aforementioned chain.

Thursday, Trump’s communications assistant Margo Martin, who worked in the White House and later moved with Trump to Florida, appeared before the grand jury in Washington.

There is also another Mar-a-Lago staff member seen in security camera footage. moving boxes from a storage room with Trump aide Walt Nauta, who has already spoken with investigators.

The Department of Justice has been investigating the possible bad driving of the records of National security and the possible obstruction of the same for about a year.

FBI agents recovered more than 100 classified documents during a search at Mar-a-Lago last August. Since then, Trump’s legal team has turned over additional classified material.

(Information of Europe Press)