The FBI missed Donald Trump‘s “odd little office” in Florida that’s a 10-minute drive from Mar-a-Lago and has yet to search the location.
That’s according to NBC reporter Jonathan Allen, who broke the story Monday during an appearance on “Andrea Mitchell Reports.”
In an unprecedented action, the FBI raided the former president’s Mar-A-Lago home in search of classified documents but Allen reported that agents missed an office located in West Palm Beach where classified documents were allegedly stored, the blunder suggesting the likely politically motivated raid wasn’t well planned from a strategic standpoint.
“Here’s a guy who says that his name, Trump, the brand, is worth billions of dollars. If you go visit his office in West Palm Beach, Florida — it would be hard to find the address because they don’t publicize it — you would find that there’s no name on the door, no official seal, no unofficial seal,” Allen said.
“But, in addition to that, there’s some really interesting things about this office. Number one, there was classified documents that was sitting in that office when Mar-a-Lago was raided that was later moved to Mar-a-Lago,” he claimed. “That’s part of the reason that the Justice Department prosecutors asked Trump’s team, his legal team, to start searching other places.”
Host Andrea Mitchell was highly impressed by the exclusive reporting, while suggesting that the office was set up “outside the lines.”
“So, this office was searched by a private firm on behalf of Trump’s lawyers,” Allen continued. “But it has not been searched by the FBI. Or at least, there’s no indication it’s been searched by the FBI. People who have seen it have said that there’s boxes, bankers boxes, like the ones you saw at Mar-a-Lago, piled all over the place.”
Exclusive: The office Trump doesn’t want you to know about
A private firm conducted a search. But there is no indication that the FBI ever inspected it for classified or other materials that belong to the U.S.https://t.co/qXmnWEvfdA
— Jonathan Allen (@jonallendc) September 10, 2023
Allen proceeded to describe the location as an “odd little office” where Trump political aides also work out of.
“In addition to that, he has political aides working out of this office. It is not clear that he’s put any safeguards in place to allow for government work to be done in the government place and political work to be done in a political place,” he said. “So, it will be interesting to see what comes of all of this, but the truth is, he’s got this very odd little office about 10 minutes from Mar-a-Lago that’s holding a lot of boxes of stuff.”
“In addition to classified material, which is its own category, any presidential records, post-presidential records, belong to the National Archives. Belong to the people,” Mitchell noted in a weak attempt to further disparage the leading Republican presidential candidate.
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