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Special master appointed; Boeing sanctions; Biden to meet Griner family

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On Sept. 16, 2022, a special master has been assigned to review documents seized at Mar-a-Lago; China has announced sanctions on Boeing and Raytheon after the U.S. approved the sale of weapons to Taiwan; and President Joe Biden will meet with the families of Brittney Griner and Paul Whelan on Friday.

Special master appointed to DOJ investigation – A special master has been appointed to review documents seized by the FBI at former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence last month. Former federal Judge Raymond Dearie has been assigned to the case. The judge was the only pick the DOJ and Trump’s legal team could agree on. In the same ruling to appoint a special master, the judge denied the DOJ’s request to continue looking into classified documents that were seized after the judge had previously halted the investigation.

China sanctions Boeing, Raytheon – China plans on imposing sanctions on the CEOs of Boeing Defense and Raytheon. The sanctions are in response to the U.S. State Department approving the sale of military equipment to Taiwan earlier this month.

President Biden meets with Griner, Whelan families – President Biden is set to take part in several different meetings on Russia Friday. This includes meeting with the families of American basketball star Brittney Griner and fellow detained American Paul Whelan as the U.S. continues negotiations for their release from Russia. Biden is also set to meet with South Africa’s president to discuss among other things Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. South Africa is one of a relatively small number of countries that have remained neutral on the ongoing war.

A SPECIAL MASTER HAS BEEN APPOINTED TO REVIEW DOCUMENTS SEIZED BY THE F-B-I AT FORMER PRESIDENT TRUMP’S MAR-A-LAGO RESIDENCE LAST MONTH.
FORMER FEDERAL JUDGE RAYMOND DEARIE HAS BEEN ASSIGNED TO THE CASE — THE ONLY PICK THE D-O-J AND TRUMP COULD AGREE ON.
THE JUDGE ALSO NIXING THE D-O-J’S REQUEST TO CONTINUE LOOKING INTO CLASSIFIED DOCUMENTS THAT WERE SEIZED.
CHINA PLANS ON IMPOSING SANCTIONS ON THE C-E-OS OF BOEING DEFENSE AND RAYTHEON.
THE SANCTIONS ARE IN RESPONSE TO THE STATE DEPARTMENT APPROVING THE SALE OF MILITARY EQUIPMENT TO TAIWAN EARLIER THIS MONTH.
HAPPENING TODAY — PRESIDENT BIDEN IS SET TO TAKE PART IN SEVERAL DIFFERENT MEETINGS ON RUSSIA.
THIS INCLUDES MEETING WITH THE FAMILIES OF AMERICAN BASKETBALL STAR BRITTNEY GRINER AND FELLOW DETAINED AMERICAN PAUL WHELAN — AS THE U-S CONTINUES NEGOTIATIONS FOR THEIR RELEASE FROM RUSSIA.
BIDEN IS ALSO SET TO MEET WITH SOUTH AFRICA’S PRESIDENT —
RUSSIA’S INVASION OF UKRAINE IS LIKELY A TALKING POINT.
SOUTH AFRICA IS ONE OF A RELATIVELY SMALL NUMBER OF COUNTRIES WHO HAVE REMAINED NEUTRAL ON THE WAR.

On Sept. 16, 2022, a special master has been assigned to review documents seized at Mar-a-Lago; China has announced sanctions on Boeing and Raytheon after the U.S. approved the sale of weapons to Taiwan; and President Joe Biden will meet with the families of Brittney Griner and Paul Whelan on Friday.

Special master appointed to DOJ investigation – A special master has been appointed to review documents seized by the FBI at former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence last month. Former federal Judge Raymond Dearie has been assigned to the case. The judge was the only pick the DOJ and Trump’s legal team could agree on. In the same ruling to appoint a special master, the judge denied the DOJ’s request to continue looking into classified documents that were seized after the judge had previously halted the investigation.

China sanctions Boeing, Raytheon – China plans on imposing sanctions on the CEOs of Boeing Defense and Raytheon. The sanctions are in response to the U.S. State Department approving the sale of military equipment to Taiwan earlier this month.

President Biden meets with Griner, Whelan families – President Biden is set to take part in several different meetings on Russia Friday. This includes meeting with the families of American basketball star Brittney Griner and fellow detained American Paul Whelan as the U.S. continues negotiations for their release from Russia. Biden is also set to meet with South Africa’s president to discuss among other things Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. South Africa is one of a relatively small number of countries that have remained neutral on the ongoing war.

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