Aileen Cannon, the judge, said she dismissed the case over a "lack of jurisdiction.".
The ruling came after an appeals court overturned her decision to grant Trump a special master.
The federal judge who granted former President Donald Trump's request for a special master in the Mar-a-Lago case just tossed his lawsuit challenging the FBI's raid of his South Florida estate.
US District Judge Aileen Cannon wrote in a one-page Monday order that she was dismissing the case because of a "lack of jurisdiction.".
The special master in the case, Judge Raymond Dearie, said Trump's team must provide evidence to support their claims, which they failed to do.
After Trump officially launched his 2024 presidential campaign last month, Garland announced he was appointing Jack Smith, a veteran war-crimes prosecutor, as special counsel overseeing all federal investigations involving Trump.
That includes the Mar-a-Lago case, as well as the Justice Department's sprawling inquiry into the January 6, 2021, attack on the US Capitol. »