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Donald Trump’s big plan to stall the DOJ comes back to slap him hard across the face

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Donald Trump‘s strategy of using delaying tactics to slowly chip away at his problems appears to be backfiring spectacularly as he clashes with the Department of Justice’s investigation into that trove of highly-classified documents he stashed at Mar-a-Lago.The former president demanded a special master be assigned to his case to review the thousands of documents, despite the DOJ arguing there is “no role for a special master to play in executive privilege.”Related: Trump’s latest defense is the joke that keeps on givingTrump-appointed Judge Aileen Cannon agreed to the request, and even approved team-Trump’s suggestion of Raymond Dearie for the role.

Sounds like a major win, right?Wrong.The Daily Beast reports that Trump’s special master play “may have actually backfired and put him on a fast-track collision course with the federal government he once led.”Even after Cannon threw Trump a bone and gave Dearie ample time to rule on the dispute over the documents, Dearie essentially said “no m’am” and has been working faster than anyone anticipated.When Trump’s legal team refused to offer details into which documents the former president says he declassified (some with his mind, apparently), Dearie demanded they provide evidence on a short deadline.

Then he hired an associate to speed things up even more.Related: Donald Trump’s fraud lawsuit takes a grim turn as Bernie Madoff’s lawyer enters the chatThe semi-retired Brooklyn federal judge brought on retired magistrate judge James Orenstein to help him analyze the heap of documents faster.

Orenstein will earn $500 an hour for the work — and Trump has been ordered to foot the bill.“Trump’s request for a special master has already backfired, putting him in a position where he.

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