A federal grand jury has assembled and issued at least one subpoena in the Justice Department’s probe into former President Donald Trump’s transfer of classified White House records to his Mar-a-Lago resort, suggesting the investigation into the former president is gaining steam, according to the New York Times,

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Prosecutors in recent days subpoenaed the National Archives and Records Administration for boxes of documents shipped from the White House to Mar-a-Lago, according to the Timesciting two sources with knowledge of the matter.

Former White House workers have also reportedly been asked to appear for interviews as part of the probe.

Neither the Justice Department nor a Trump spokeswoman immediately responded to requests for comment from Forbes,