Watch FBI seize ex-Trump election lawyer’s cell phone

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Video from Fox shows FBI agents seizing the cell phone of former Trump election attorney John Eastman as part of the Justice department’s investigation into the January 6 insurrection. Eastman says the warrant FBI agents used is “invalid on its face.” CNN’s Katelyn Polantz has more. #CNN #News

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