FBI seizes top-secret documents from Trump's home

FBI agents who searched the home of former US President Donald Trump in Mar-a-Lago, Florida, on Monday, confiscated 11 sets of classified documents, including some classified documents, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing documents it has seen. It is very confidential.

The newspaper said FBI agents took about 20 boxes of documents, folders of photos, a handwritten memo and an executive order using clemency with Trump ally Roger Stone.

It stated that the list also included information about the "President of France".

Earlier on Friday, Trump denied a Washington Post report that FBI agents were looking for documents linked to nuclear weapons when they searched his Florida home this week.

"The issue of nuclear weapons is a hoax," Trump said on social media.

The search of Trump's home on Monday marked a significant escalation in one of the many investigations he faces in his time in office and in his private business.

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