Trump's ex-chief of staff said:

it's hard to understand how such highly classified documents ended up at Mar-a-Lago and that they are 'not accidentally moved anywhere'

According to court documents, several of the objects found at Trump's Mar-a-Lago were TS/SCI classifie

According to Mick Mulvaney, these data are so "important" that people are required to log their whereabouts

Mulvaney remarked about Mar-a-Lago, "It's extremely hard to comprehend how it gets there in the first place."

It's difficult to comprehend how some of the sensitive materials that were allegedly taken from Mar-a-Lago, according to a former chief of staff to President Donald Trump.

In an appearance on CNN on Friday, Mick Mulvaney—acting Trump's chief of staff from January 2019 until March 2020—discussed the items

that were taken during the August 8 raid on the Florida mansion. The FBI reportedly found 11 sets of sensitive papers, according to court filings

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