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From the editorial: Donald Trump’s courtroom comeuppance ultimately would serve Americans of all political stripes because it would affirm a concept that badly needs affirmation: That no person is above the law.
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Trump on Aug. 10 declined to answer questions in a lengthy, closed-door deposition at the office of the attorney general, invoking his constitutional right against self-incrimination more than 400 times.
It is unclear whether the review will go forward as instructed by Cannon, the Florida judge nominated by Trump in 2020 who ordered the review.
The government asked the appeals court to rule on the request "as soon as practicable."
The documents probe is one of several federal and state investigations Trump is facing from his time in office and in private business as he considers another run for the presidency in 2024.
Lindell, who became an enthusiastic supporter of Donald Trump's false claims of a stolen election, has said he was forced to hand his phone to FBI agents who surrounded him at a Mankato Hardee's drive-thru on Tuesday.

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According to Lindell, FBI agents took his phone in his hometown of Mankato with a federal warrant related to Denver-based Dominion Voting Systems material he might be in possession of. According to Lindell’s account, he was returning from duck hunting in Iowa and stopped at a Mankato Hardee’s when vehicles corralled his car and four agents piled out.
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