Mick Mulvaney said the grouped records recuperated from Trump's Mar-a-Lago were 'serious' yet might not have supported the strike

Mick Mulvaney said the characterized records seized at Mar-a-Lago were "serious stuff."

Nonetheless, he said it might not have been enough of an "crisis" to legitimize the August 8 assault.

Mulvaney said Trump could not have possibly taken the reports on the off chance that he didn't "see it to be to his greatest advantage."

On August 8, the FBI looked through Trump's Palm Beach, Florida, home and held onto 11 arrangements of ordered archives, including Top Secret Sensitive Compartmentalized Information

which is considered the highest level of sensitivity a classified document can receive

Trump has said every one of the materials were declassified and that he had a "standing request" to declassify records

however, 18 previous senior White House authorities pushed back on this case, including Mulvaney.

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