US says it has reviewed documents seized in Mar-a-Lago raid

WASHINGTON (AP) — Justice Department completes review of potentially privileged documents Former President Donald Trump’s Florida estate seized This month, it identified a “limited set of materials that may contain attorney and client privilege information,” according to court filings Monday.

The application from the department followed the judge’s weekend orders and shows she was inclined to grant Request for Special Masters by Trump’s Legal Team Review seized documents and set aside documents that may be subject to claims of legal privilege.

A hearing is scheduled for Thursday in federal court in Florida.

The Justice Department said in a filing that it will disclose more information later this week.