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The special master appointed to review White House documents seized at Mar-A-Lago asked former President Donald Trump’s attorneys Thursday to detail any documents the Justice Department may have falsely claimed to have retrieved there, requiring Trump to back up claims he’s repeatedly made on social media that the FBI “planted” evidence in a court of law.

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U.S. District Judge Raymond Dearie, the third-party special master appointed to filter out any privileged materials from what was seized from Mar-A-Lago, issued an order Thursday laying out a timeline for reviewing the more than 11,000 seized materials, which a judge has ordered should be completed by November 30.

Dearie asked Trump’s attorneys to submit by September 30 a report of any issues they have with the DOJ’s detailed inventory of materials seized at Mar-A-Lago, including any “specific items” that the DOJ lists were taken

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