By LINDSAY WHITEHURST
WASHINGTON (AP) — In the weeks since the FBI searched Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate and seized about 100 documents with classification markings, the former president has insisted he had declassified the information. He made that point again in a Fox News interview Wednesday when he said a president can declassify material just by thinking about it. Experts say that presidents do have broad authority to declassify material, but there is a detailed process unlike what Trump described. Even if the documents were declassified, that may not be a defense against any criminal charges that could come from the August search.