Trump Demands Release of Affidavit: There’s ‘No Way to Justify’ Mar-a-Lago Raid

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Trump Demands Release of Affidavit: There’s ‘No Way to Justify’ Mar-a-Lago Raid

The FBI conducted a search warrant at President Donald Trump’s home Monday night, demanding direct disclosure of the affidavit used to obtain the warrant. He also condemned the actions of the judicial departments of his country.

Moreover, he claims Trump against the FBI and even the Justice Department, “there is no way to justify an unannounced raid on Mar-a-Lago, the home of the 45th President of the United States.”

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Moreover, he has informed citizens across American cities that “he has received vastly more votes than any sitting president in history”.

A week after the US Department of Justice announced that FBI agents raided Trump’s home, the FBI continued to criticize the 45th president for breaking into Mar-A and seizing documents from his home.

“In the interest of transparency, I am calling for the immediate release of the full unredacted affidavit regarding this horrific and shocking break-in,” Trump said.

Trump supporters and Trump have said and argued that the Justice Department and the FBI must properly answer to the American people about the raids on Trump’s home.

The documents found in Trump’s home have been released so he has told everyone of his own volition and demanded that the truth be revealed to him to the American people.

The 45th president’s comments came after the DOJ asked a federal judge on Monday to keep the search warrant affidavit sealed. Despite Attorney General Merrick Garland’s approval of a search warrant for Judge Mar-a-Lago,


The Justice Department said Monday that “highly sensitive information” in the affidavit should not be released to the public.

According to The Hill, the Justice Department said, “Affidavits supporting search warrants present a different set of considerations.

There are compelling reasons to protect the integrity of an ongoing law enforcement investigation that affects national security, which justify keeping the affidavit sealed.”

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