Trump News Live Updates: Mark Meadows Called to Testify in GA Election Probe

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The Justice Department has until 12 noon. ET will issue a revised affidavit on August 8 to justify the search of Mar-a-Lago, former President Donald Trump's Florida home.

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The decision to ignore the affidavit, made thursday by Judge Bruce Reinhart, came hours after the DOJ submitted its proposal for amendments in an attempt to intimidate witnesses.

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Before the decision, Trump and several of his aides called for the release of the full version of the affidavit.

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On Monday, the former president filed a lawsuit against the DOJ seeking to appoint a special master to review the seized material.

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Sources told Newsweek that the raid was based on an information that authorities received from an informant who knew what kind of documents Trump had.

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Federal Magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart has officially ordered the release of the affidavit used in the FBI's August 8 search of former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago home.

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Magistrate Judge Reinhart, who signed the FBI's initial search warrant earlier this month, signed the order allowing the affidavit to be closed on Friday.

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The Fulton County district attorney has called additional aides of former President Donald Trump to testify in Georgia's electoral interference investigation.

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On Thursday, Fulton County District Attorney Fanny Willis petitioned Trump's former chief of staff Mark Meadows and lawyer Sidney Powell, to hear testimony from the Associated Press report.

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The district attorney said Meadows and Powell have "unparalleled knowledge" of the former president, his campaign and his communications with others about efforts to influence the 2020 election in Georgia.

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