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US prosecutors should consider releasing more details of Trump investigation: ex-adviser

 The U.S. Department of Justice said that it would release at least some of the evidence it used to justify last week's search of President Donald Trump's Florida home. should be considered.TrumpFormer National Security Adviser John Bolton said Wednesday.

In an interview with Reuters, Bolton said the Department of Justice (DOJ) appointed Judge FBI toMar Arago. } There was good reason to search Trump's home at the resort for classified material.

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But he said the department's usual policy of remaining silent about pending investigations may not work in this politically tense environment.

"Probably shouldn't be released and I think the DOJ is right. I think Bolton knows in an interview with Reuters that Trump doesn't really want it public.

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"Justice is very reluctant to do it for the right reasons, but politically given the firestorm, here is more I think you have to be creative with what they're facing."

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Aug. 8 FBI agents demanded "immediate" release  according to search warrant and property receipts } U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland, who recovered 11 sets of classified materials from Trump's home, broke the seal on the courtroom last week in an unusual move.

Mr. Bolton said U.S. Justice Bruce He said Judge Reinhart said in federal court in West Palm, Florida, that the Department of Justice would release additional sealed records. He said the day before he planned to hear the press allegations seeking to a warrant containing an affidavit.

The Department of Justice stated that even the  redacted version of  contained highly sensitive material and would require the cooperation of witnesses. May cool, "Roadmap" {93 to ongoing investigation.

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One of the letters from North Korean leader Kim Jong-un reached the White House without passing proper scrutiny, and Bolton said. later } was able to seize the letter, screen and protect it, but not several other letters he received .

"It didn't work for the other letters, for reasons I'm not sure," recalls Bolton. "He had them on file in his secretary's office...and I know he showed them to people."

FBI raids in Mar-a-Lago Since then, Trump has repeatedly accused the FBI of alleging, without evidence, that a partisan witch hunt against him was the motive.

Bolton dismissed this claim, saying there was no evidence to support it.

"There is no evidence of partisan motives here," he said. "I think everyone should be calm and go through the process, whether they're pro-Trump or anti-Trump."

(Reporting by Sarah N. Lynch, Scott Malone and Josie Kao)

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