Mar-A-Lago

The 2022 search of the former president’s Florida home may have missed a couple of things.
Trump's estate might still contain documents, according to ABC News.
Liz Cheney's new book contains a stunning detail about McCarthy's widely panned trip to Florida.
Johnson's show of fealty to Trump comes after he angered GOP hardliners by not shutting down the government.
Billionaire Trump donor Anthony Pratt was caught telling the sleazy story in secret recordings obtained by "60 Minutes Australia."
“It’s worth a fortune! It’s the most expensive house probably in the world, and they said it was worth $18 million,” the former president said.
A trial may offer clarity about why, exactly, the former president squirreled away government records at Mar-a-Lago.
Yuscil Taveras' July grand jury testimony resulted in a superseding indictment against the former president and others in the classified documents case.
Federal prosecutors said the witness, reportedly an IT director at Mar-a-Lago, has retracted “prior false testimony” after switching attorneys.
The now-indicted lawyer reportedly made the sojourn to Trump's home with a desperate plea.