Special counsel Jack Smith’s office obtained a search warrant this year to gain access to Twitter communications, including direct messages, linked to former President Donald Trump’s account, new details about the warrant revealed Tuesday.

According to a newly unsealed copy of the warrant, prosecutors sought “all content, records, and other information relating to communications sent from or received” from October 2020 to January 2021 on Trump’s account on Twitter, the social media website that has since been renamed X.

The warrant specifically requested contents of “all tweets created, drafted, favorited/liked, or retweeted” by Trump’s account, including deleted tweets, as well as all associated multimedia, metadata and logs.

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