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Special master expresses skepticism with Trump team’s requests

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In a Brooklyn court today, the special master appointed to oversee documents seized from former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home did not seem to accept some of the Trump team’s arguments that it did not have to disclose which documents they say the former president may or may not have declassified.