Trump team cite presidential immunity in documents case

Updated February 23 2024 - 5:05pm, first published 5:01pm
Investigators found boxes of classified records being stored at Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate. (AP PHOTO)
Investigators found boxes of classified records being stored at Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate. (AP PHOTO)

The legal team for former US president Donald Trump is urging a Florida judge to dismiss charges of illegally retaining classified documents, claiming in part that presidential immunity protects him from prosecution -- an argument already submitted to the US Supreme Court in his election interference case.

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