My Florida home is raided by the FBI; Trump

As my beautiful home in Florida is currently under siege, being invaded, and seized by FBI agents, these are dreadful days for our country, according to Trump.

Infosette (News) The United States: Palm Beach Donald Trump, a former US president, claimed on Monday that FBI agents had “raided” his Mar-A-Lago estate in Florida in what he called an instance of “prosecutorial malfeasance.”

The FBI would comment on whether the search was taking place or what it might be for, and neither did Trump provide any information regarding the purpose of the federal officers’ presence at his residence, which increases the legal pressure on the former president.

In a message published on his Truth Social network, Trump claimed, “These are dark days for our Nation, as my magnificent house, Mar-A-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida, is currently under siege, raided, and occupied by a huge group of FBI investigators.”

In an aerial view of Mar-a-Lago, police vehicles could be seen outside the home.

The former president, who was not present during the raid, reportedly added, “It is prosecutorial misconduct, the weaponization of the Justice System, and an attack by Radical Left Democrats who desperately don’t want me to run for President in 2024.”

“Only impoverished, Third World nations could tolerate such an assault. Unfortunately, America has now joined that group of nations, Trump remarked, adding, “They even broke into my safe!”

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According to sources close to the investigation, which were reported by numerous US media sites, agents were conducting a court-approved search in connection with the alleged improper handling of sensitive information sent to Mar-a-Lago.

The National Archives announced in February that it had found 15 boxes of documents that Trump had taken with him when he left Washington after losing his reelection, among them, according to The Washington Post, highly classified writings.

The papers and artefacts, which also included letters from former US president Barack Obama, were required by law to be turned over at the conclusion of Donald Trump’s presidency but ended up at his Mar-a-Lago club instead.

The retrieval of the boxes sparked concerns about Trump’s compliance with presidential records regulations imposed in the wake of the Watergate incident in the 1970s, which demand that people who occupy the Oval Office save records pertaining to official business.

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The Archives had asked the Justice Department to look into Trump’s methods back then.

According to a forthcoming book by New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman, White House personnel frequently found paper wads clogging toilets, prompting them to suspect Trump was attempting to get rid of specific documents.

Trump has been the nation’s most divisive personality ever since boarding his final Air Force One trip from Washington to Florida on January 20 of last year, continuing his historic campaign to spread rumours that he truly won the 2020 election.

Hearings in Congress about the January 6 storming of the Capitol by a crowd of Trump supporters and his attempts to rig the election have captivated Washington for weeks.

The attack on January 6 is also being looked into by the US Department of Justice.

No one is above the law, Attorney General Merrick Garland has said, and he intends to “hold accountable any person who is legally guilty for seeking to overturn a legitimate election.” Despite declining to comment on the rising rumours that Trump could face criminal prosecution.

In Georgia, there is also an investigation into Trump’s attempts to rig the 2020 election results, and two other criminal and civil investigations into his financial dealings are ongoing in New York.

The real estate tycoon has been making strong indications over the past few months, but he hasn’t officially launched his candidacy for the 2024 presidential race.

Trump appears to be confident that he can ride the Republican wave all the way to the White House in 2024, despite President Joe Biden’s dismal approval rating currently sitting at around 40% and predictions that Democrats would lose control of Congress in the midterm elections in November.

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