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Justice Department opposes releasing evidence to support Trump’s raid

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Justice Department said on Monday it would oppose the opening of the affidavit that prosecutors used to get federal judges’ approval to search the Florida home of former President Donald Trump. did. “If disclosed, the affidavit would act as a roadmap to the government’s ongoing investigation and would provide specifics as to its direction and possible course in a manner that would very likely undermine future investigative procedures.” We will provide detailed details,” prosecutors wrote in the filing. This would reveal the evidence that prosecutors have presented to prove that there is good reason to believe that a crime was committed at Trump’s home. We will meet to secure a search warrant.