Why ex-Trump officials think Trump had classified docs in his home

Why ex-trump officials think trump had classified docs in his home

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In a panel on CNN’s “State of the Union”, former members of President Donald Trump’s administration discuss why the former president had classified documents in his home. #CNN #news

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