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Why federal prosecutors may be pressed for time in the Mar-a-Lago investigation, even during ‘very early stages’

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A man stands outside an entrance to former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate, Monday, Aug. 8, 2022, in Palm Beach, Fla. Trump said in a lengthy statement that the FBI was conducting a search of his Mar-a-Lago estate and asserted that agents had broken open a safe.

The federal probe into former President Donald Trump’s handling of White House documents that kicked off, at least publicly, after the FBI raid of his Mar-a-Lago residence on Aug. 8, is spinning out headlines almost every day now.

Granted, the investigation into a former president for potentially serious crimes—violations of the Espionage Act, among others—doesn’t happen every day. But how should the public make sense of the whirlwind coverage?

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