In exceptional circumstances, exceptional measures. Three days later Amazing FBI search When Donald Trump, in Florida, and the entire Republican Party denounced the instrumentalization of the judiciary, his boss, Attorney General Merrick Garland, started a game of poker with the former president. The Justice Minister confirmed that he had personally approved the request for the search warrant. And amid a political storm, the Department of Justice (DOJ) appealed to make public the warrant and the list of seized documents. Banko, Donald Trump responded sur true social Thursday evening, just before midnight.
“Not only do I not object to the release of documents related to this anti-American and unreasonable search, I will go further by encouraging their immediate release,” Donald Trump wrote. The Florida judge responsible for making the decision gave him until 3pm on Friday to respond. In theory, Donald Trump has obtained a copy of the warrant and is entitled to release it in full. Barring surprise, the version the Justice Department is supposed to make public, perhaps as early as Friday, will be heavily redacted, especially for all the potential documents are “secret-defense.”
Documents related to nuclear weapons?
It appears that Donald Trump or his entourage are searching through boxes of documents that were moved from the White House to his home in Mar-a-Lago, Florida when he left office. The former president had already returned 15 boxes to the National Archives last January, but, according to US media, he kept the others.
The critical question: Do they contain classified documents that are illegal? Donald Trump released the documents at the White House, according to his aides. But there is a procedure to be followed and there seems to be no trace of it. According to The New York Times, FBI investigators were concerned about the possibility of extremely sensitive documents from the “Special Access Program,” which is more than “top-secret.” The The Washington Post He threw a bomb, Thursday evening: The FBI is specifically looking for documents related to “nuclear weapons,” according to anonymous sources close to the investigation. Be careful though, the American newspaper doesn’t provide any details. It is not known whether such documents were actually found at Mar-a-Lago.
Cheers by Merrick Garland
During a short press conference, the justice minister did not give any details but wanted to clarify several things. The bottom line: He “personally approved the decision to seek a search warrant”, and he “did not take the decision lightly”. In general, “less intrusive” alternatives are preferred over the visit of federal agents, he said. According to US media, the DOJ received a subpoena to compel Donald Trump to return documents in the spring. Apparently, the former president did not comply, which justified a search. The latter was overseen by the FBI’s Counterintelligence Division.
Finally, Merrick Garland slammed his fist on the table after Donald Trump fueled conspiracy theories and confirmed that the FBI was able to plant false evidence in the seizure. He condemned the “baseless attacks” against his ministry. The climate is particularly tense: The Armed Man Tried to attack the Cincinnati FBI office, Thursday morning, before being shot dead by police. According to the first elements of the investigation, it seems to be an ardent supporter of the former president. The 42-year-old, who was at the Capitol on January 6, 2021, called for the killing of FBI agents in a post on TruthSocial, hours after Donald Trump’s search warrant announcement.
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