Donald Trump has been told "no" by the Supreme Court again.
This time, he was refused his appeal to have the Special Master review the 100 or so documents the DOJ is holding that were deemed to have been classified documents.
Shockingly, Justice Thomas was the presiding justice that had been presented the appeal.
I would guarantee that Trump thought this would be an easy win for him with Thomas getting the case.
Instead, the order stated, "The application to vacate the stay entered by the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit on September 21, 2022, presented to Justice Thomas and by him referred to the Court is denied."
Initially, the judge that permitted the special master, U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon, approved the review.
The 11th Circuit Court reversed that ruling.
The DOJ, in the appeal, wrote, "The government is thus unable to examine records that were commingled with materials bearing classification markings, including records that may shed light on, for example, how the materials bearing classification markings were transferred to Plaintiff's residence, how they were stored, and who may have accessed them.
"The records not marked as classified may also constitute evidence of potential violations …"
Trump continues to deny that any of the documents that were in his possession were classified.
Source: Fox News