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Special Counsel Reportedly Shifts Focus To Mar-A-Lago ‘Hidden Room’

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A new report reveals that special counsel Jack Smith’s team questioned witnesses about a “hidden room” and a locked closet at Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago property, which they did not search during a 2022 raid.

Meanwhile, Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis plans to respond to legal filings in the Georgia election interference case against Trump and 18 others, despite accusations of an inappropriate sexual relationship with the lead prosecutor.

In the United Kingdom, a judge dismissed a lawsuit brought by Trump seeking damages for the intelligence dossier compiled by Christopher Steele.

“There are no compelling reasons to allow the claim to proceed to trial,” the judge said.

These legal developments are crucial as they revolve around the former president’s attempt to be reelected in 2024.

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