A key hearing in Trump's Mar-a-Lago case has recently concluded, and the judge knows what he's going to do.
For now, at least.
She's delaying her ruling.
The hearing was in regards to Donald Trump's request to appoint a "special master" to review documents which were seized from Trump's private residence last month.
Judge Aileen M. Cannon sat through a hearing, then said when she would issue a written ruling: "In due course."
The hearing is the latest chapter in Donald Trump's fight against freedom.
Many believe that the raid on Trump's private residence had no legal basis, and was just a politically-motivated witch hunt.
"We need to take a deep breath. These are presidential records in the hands of the 45th president at a place which was used frequently for work during his presidency," Trump's attorney said.
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