The Department of Justice has started its newest brutal campaign against Trump.
The case, which centers around the witch hunt that resulted in the FBI storming Donald Trump's private residence, had a special master appointed to it that was supposed to be "reviewing the materials the FBI seized from former President Donald Trump's estate."
The DOJ does NOT want that to happen.
According to JustTheNews, "the DOJ excoriated U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon's decision to appoint a special master, asserting that a court of her level lacked the authority to interfere in the investigation."
"District courts have no general equitable authority to superintend federal criminal investigations," the brief that the DOJ submitted said. "Instead, challenges to the government’s use of the evidence recovered in a search are resolved through ordinary criminal motions practice if and when charges are filed. Here, however, the district court granted the extraordinary relief Plaintiff sought."
Trump's legal team has until November 10 to supply a response. This means that even if the DOJ gets their request to have the special master dismissed granted, it's not going to happen quickly.
Donald Trump is here to fight for Americans, not sell them out.
The DOJ is beginning to learn that the hard way.
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