They received footage specifically from areas of the club where they believed the documents might have been stored, the person said.
Among those who investigators reached out to was Molly Michael, Mr. Trump’s assistant in the outer Oval Office who also went to work for him at Mar-a-Lago, three people familiar with the outreach said.
Even with these questions satisfied, The Times uses anonymous sources as a last resort.
Investigators have also reached out to Derek Lyons, the former White House staff secretary, whose last day was Dec. 18, 2020, and no longer works for Mr. Trump, with questions about the process for handling documents, according to a person familiar with the outreach.
Federal officials came to believe that Mr. Trump had not relinquished all the material that left the White House with him at the end of his term, according to three people familiar with the investigation.
Bratt, Corcoran, Trump’s, Molly Michael, Derek Lyons, Trump
Wall Street, White House, Mar, The Times, Mr, Federal, White