On Thursday, Trump’s communications aide Margo Martin, who worked in the White House and then moved with Trump to Florida, appeared before the grand jury in Washington, DC. Margo Martin, White House press assistant, listens during a news conference in the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room at the White House in Washington, DC on Wednesday, July 8, 2020. Many of the Mar-a-Lago staffers are being represented by counsel paid for by Trump entities, according to sources and federal elections records. FBI agents recovered more than 100 classified documents during a search of Mar-a-Lago last summer. In an earlier appearance before the grand jury, Corcoran declined to answer questions about his conversations with Trump related to the classified documents, citing attorney-client privilege.