A federal judge in the Southern District of Florida has unsealed documents related to Monday's search of former President Donald Trump's estate at Mar-a-Lago.
The move comes after the Department of Justice on Thursday asked the court to unseal the search warrant, attachments only called A and B, and the property receipt detailing what was seized during the search.
Trump announced the search himself, but the Justice Department did not speak publicly about the matter until Attorney General Merrick Garland announced the motion to unseal on Thursday.
Trump posted on his proprietary social media platform late Thursday night, "Not only will I not oppose the release of documents related to the un-American, unwarranted, and unnecessary raid and break-in of my home in Palm Beach, Florida, Mar-a-Lago, I am going a step further by encouarging the immediate release of those documents."
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Several major news organizations also have intervened to support unsealing the search warrant and related documents. They include the New York Times, the Washington Post, CNN, CBS, NBC, and the USA TODAY Network's Palm Beach Post, among others.
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This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Read the DOJ's newly released search warrant on Trump's Mar-a-Lago