- Attorneys for the Department of Justice and former President Donald Trump submitted their nominees to serve as special master and review the classified documents the FBI retrieved from Trump’s Florida estate.
- DOJ nominated retired judge Thomas Griffith, a George W. Bush nominee, and another retired judge, Barbara Jones, who served in a similar capacity when the FBI raided Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani’s home last year.
- Trump nominated Paul Huck Jr., an attorney who represented the Trump campaign in 2016, and Raymond Dearie, former chief judge of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York.
Click to read full article
Share This Article: