The world started this week with news of the FBI raid on former US President Donald Trump’s home. While the events, which have been echoing for days, escalated, the latest claim about the FBI raid carried the size of the event to completely different places…
US Attorney General Merrick Garland announced that he personally approved the FBI search of former US President Donald Trump ‘s property in Florida , and it was shared for the public benefit.
Even before the shock of this statement passed, Donald Trump responded to Justice Minister Merrick Garland, who announced that he had personally approved the search, on his Truth social media account.
The FBI search of Trump’s property on August 8 was related to an investigation into whether Trump brought classified documents to his Florida home during his presidency.
Trump boasted about secret nuclear weapons documents he said he had seized while he was president of the United States.
ANSWER ON OWN SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORM
Donald Trumpi shared on his social media platform Truth, “What happened to the 33 million pages of documents taken by President Obama to Chicago? The fake news media refuses to talk about it. They want that to be ignored.” used his statements.
In other posts made by Trump, there was great discomfort with the search made at his house. “My lawyers and representatives were in full cooperation and very good relations were established. The government was able to get whatever it wanted as much as we could. They asked us to lock a certain area, we did it! Everything was going very well, better than many of the previous presidents, but then suddenly, with no warning, my property in Mar-A-Lago was raided at 6:30 am by multiple agents and ‘safe-crackers’. They exceeded their limits. This is madness !”
In the middle of the war of words that continued with mutual explanations, the claim made by the Washington Post suddenly caused even more confusion.
According to the news quoted by the newspaper, a report that emerged pointed out that the FBI raided Trump’s house in Mar-a-Lago because he wanted to search for classified nuclear weapons documents .
The statements of the US Attorney General created a cold shower effect
NUCLEAR WEAPON DOCUMENT THEORY CAN EXPLAIN MANY THINGS
The questionable existence of such documents may explain why the US attorney general took the step of ordering FBI agents to search the home of a former president.
The Washington Post reported that people familiar with the investigation said the nuclear weapons documents were thought to be in the treasure the FBI “hunted” at the Mar-a-Lago resort.
The sources did not specify what kind of documents these were or whether they referred to the US arsenal or another country.
The report came hours after Attorney General Merrick Garland stated that the government had personally authorized the warrant, and that the justice department had requested the Florida court to release the search warrant, and that Trump himself did not carry out the search.
An American wrote on the pavement: No one is above the law
MINISTRY OF JUSTICE: THE PEOPLE WANT TO KNOW WHAT HAPPENED
The Justice Department motion referred to “the public’s clear and strong interest in understanding what’s going on” .
Trump later made a statement stating that he would not oppose, but instead “encouraged the immediate release of these documents.”
“This is un-American. An unnecessary and unnecessary raid and forced entry… Publish the documents now!”
Garland’s announcement came after an angry backlash from Trump supporters, who politically motivated the search.
A man trying to break into the FBI’s Cincinnati office on Thursday was shot dead by police after fleeing the scene.
A man in New York walks around dressed as Donald Trump…
TRUMP PRAISE FOR HAVING SECRET NUCLEAR DOCUMENTS!
The court instructed the government to present its motion to Trump’s lawyers and report by 3 p.m. today whether Trump objects to the removal of the warrant.
The suspicion that nuclear weapons documents were found at Mar-a-Lago may explain why Garland took the political step of summoning FBI agents to a former president’s home, because getting them back would be seen as a national security priority.
While in the White House, Trump was particularly focused on the US nuclear arsenal and boasted of having top-secret information…