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Investigators concerned Trump took documents on trips to New York, New Jersey: WSJ

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Barb McQuade, former U.S. attorney, talks with Alex Wagner about the Department of Justice broadening its search for government documents retained by Donald Trump to his properties in New York and New Jersey, and how new reporting about Trump's personal role in handling the documents shapes a potential criminal case against him.