The Justice Department on Tuesday responded to former President Trump's call for a "special master" to review materials the FBI seized at his Mar-a-Lago estate. Trump's lawyers have said the review is needed to deal with matters they argue may be covered by executive privilege. But in their 36-page filing, top department officials laid out in extraordinary detail their efforts to obtain highly classified records they allege were improperly stored at Mar-a-Lago since Trump's departure from the White House, and the resistance -- which they describe outright as obstructive conduct, that they were met with by Trump's representatives in their efforts to have them handed over. Does this spell trouble for Trump and his lawyers? Royal answers your questions.