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24 hours a day at Bloomberg dot com and the Bloomberg business app. This is Bloomberg radio. Now a global news update. The former attorney general under president Donald Trump isn't holding back his thoughts on the investigation involving classified materials at Trump's Mar-a-Lago property in Florida. People say this was unprecedented. Well, it's also unprecedented for a president to take all this classified information and put them in a country club. Bill Barr says the fans likely have good evidence to take things to the point where they are now. He also insisted the government was deceived multiple times. The FBI recovered over 11,000 government documents and photographs during its search of the property in Florida. That's according to court records unsealed Friday in West Palm Beach, a Reuters report says 18 of those documents were labeled top secret 54 were labeled secret 31 labeled confidential. There were also 48 folders, Mark classified that were empty. Many folks are hitting the roads and the skies as they get away for Labor Day weekend. Scott Pringle has more. Adam and his girlfriend Megan are ending their summer road trip this weekend after stops, including Massachusetts, Mississippi and Connecticut. I've been having a great time so far. Just enjoy and drive around the country. Things got a little interesting when the couple from Virginia drove into New York City for the first time. New York is scary to drive through. I think I got flipped off by a few people, but felt like I was boxed in by cars the whole time. Others here are reuniting with family for the unofficial end of summer. Triple-A says most will travel by vehicle this weekend, but the port authority expects 1.8 million passengers at its airports. That's about 2% below pre-pandemic numbers. Hurricane Danielle has weakened back into a tropical storm, the national hurricane center says the storm has become nearly stationary over the North Atlantic with maximum sustained winds of about 70 mph. The storm is expected to drift westward over the weekend but poses no threat to land, Danielle spent much of Friday as the first named hurricane of the Atlantic season, and The White House is asking Congress for more than $22 billion in additional COVID funding. The press secretary says it will tackle pressing ongoing needs, including vaccines testing and treatments. I'm Brad Siegel. Some Atlanta based airlines are pledging to accommodate passenger woes as Labor Day travel starts to pick up, Liz Kennedy has more. Delta Air Lines and other carriers say they are committed to

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