Donald Trump put the Justice Department on its heels, courtesy of a single federal judge who gave him the benefit of almost every doubt. Now, his team of lawyers is preparing to test whether they can replicate their fortune in front of a potentially more skeptical audience. On Tuesday, Trump will make his first bid to convince an appeals court panel to grant him the same deference that U.S. District Court Judge Aileen Cannon did when she blocked the Justice Department’s criminal review of the national security secrets stashed at his Mar-a-Lago home. Just hours later, Trump’s attorneys will make
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