Trump’s request for the Supreme Court to intervene is different. Here’s how

Trump's request for the supreme court to intervene is different. Here's how

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Former President Donald Trump asked the Supreme Court to intervene in the dispute over materials marked as classified that the FBI seized from his Mar-a-Lago estate this summer. CNN legal analyst Elliot Williams breaks down how Trump’s emergency application to the high court is different than past requests.

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