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What does the FBI want from Trump? Here's what we know so far

What does the FBI want from Trump? Here’s what we know so far

Officers conducted an investigation Federal Bureau of Investigation At Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home on Monday, his son acknowledged the move was part of an investigation into Trump’s transfer of official presidential records from the White House to his resort.

The unprecedented search of the former U.S. president’s home has sparked controversy in the media and on social media, and will represent a significant expansion of the probe into the records, one of several investigations Trump has faced over his tenure. In office and in his personal business.

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The raid on Trump’s resort came a day after the former president gave a strong hint of his intention to run for president in 2024.

And he said Trump To his fellow Republicans, it’s time to announce his candidacy for re-election White House He reached out and said he hoped “people will be very happy” with his decision.

Trump linked the incitement to what FBI officials did on Monday evening: “This is misconduct by the attorney general, the weaponization of the justice system and an attack by far-left Democrats. Not trying to run for president in 2024.

What exactly does the FBI want?

Last April, the US Department of Justice opened an investigation into Trump’s transfer of presidential records to his Florida home.

The investigation was conducted after the US National Archives and Records Administration was notified Congress In February, the White House said it had recovered about 15 boxes of documents from Trump’s Florida home, some of which contained “classified material.”

The U.S. House Oversight Committee announced it was expanding its investigation into Trump’s actions and asked the archives to turn over more information.

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mentioned Eric TrumpOne of the former president’s sons told “Fox News” about the search related to the boxes of documents Trump brought with him. White HouseThis indicates that his father has been cooperating with the National Register for several months.

A federal law called the US Presidential Records Act requires the preservation of memos, letters, memos, emails, faxes and other written communications related to the president’s official duties.

What did Trump say?

he said Former US PresidentIn a statement posted on social media site “Truth”: “My beautiful home in Palm Beach, these are difficult times for our nation. FloridaIt is currently cordoned off, searched, and occupied by a large group of FBI agents.”

He continued to comment, “This has never happened to a president United States from before”.

He explained in the same statement: “After working and cooperating with the relevant government agencies, this raid on my home was neither necessary nor appropriate.”

Shredding of official documents

The British “Sky News” website, citing sources close to Trump during his time in the White House, revealed:He always shredded official documents, forcing his aides to put them back together so he wouldn’t violate laws prohibiting the destruction of presidential records.”

A new book by a journalist at the American newspaper, “The New York Times”, explained in detail how the employees are White House Occasionally they find bits of torn official documents in the toilet.

Trump used his “personal phone” instead of the White House phone to check on “official business.”

Unprecedented’ result

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said the former head of the FBI branch in MinneapolisFBIThe former president’s house has been raided like never before.

“We never investigate presidents after their term ends,” Michael Tubman told Fox News. “This is a big step for the FBI, especially since someone is saying they might run for office again.”

He pointed out that getting a warrant to search the former president’s home is not an easy task because first you have to provide the public prosecutor with a convincing reason.