The Wall Street Journal: Two Trump aides contacted by federal investigators seeking information about movement of documents at Mar-a-Lago


WASHINGTON — Federal investigators contacted at least two aides to former President Donald Trump months before the FBI searched his Mar-a-Lago resort and have sought to talk to them again in recent weeks, people familiar with the matter said, as the Justice Department examines possible obstruction of its efforts to retrieve hundreds of government and classified documents.

The aides, Walt Nauta and Will Russell, are witnesses in the Justice Department’s investigation into the handling of presidential and classified records taken from the White House but aren’t formally cooperating with the probe, the people said. Russell hasn’t personally spoken to investigators, who are communicating with his counsel.

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