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US ‘Corrupt at a Level Not Seen Before’: Trump’s Home Raided by FBI
“Nothing like this has ever happened to a president of the United States before,” Trump said in a statement. “After working and cooperating with the relevant government agencies, this unannounced raid on my home was not necessary or appropriate.”
Trump’s estate, Mar-a-Lago, is located in Palm Beach, Florida. Florida’s governor, Republican Ron DeSantis, tweeted that the raid was an “another escalation in the weaponization of federal agencies against the Regime’s political opponents, while people like Hunter Biden get treated with kid gloves.”
FBI’s Trump Raid Reinforces Deep-State G-Men As The Bad Guys
With Monday’s raid of Trump’s Florida home, FBI headquarters has made clear it still sees Trump and conservatives as the enemy.
The FBI’s unprecedented raid of former president Donald Trump’s home has angered Americans much beyond his loyalists. Nonetheless, watch for the bureau to exploit the backlash to target conservative organizations and to find some isolated extremists to entrap Whitmer-style.
Could the FBI investigation into Trump stop a 2024 run for president?
The shocking FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago quickly sparked a heated legal debate as to whether a conviction would disqualify former President Trump from running again for the White House.
As political and legal experts united in calling Monday’s raid unprecedented, there was little consensus on whether it could ruin Trump’s chances of a 2024 run — or even hand him a surefire victory.
Soon after Trump confirmed the raid — saying his Florida estate was “under siege” and “occupied” by the feds — many legal experts pointed to a law they said Trump could be hit with if he was convicted of taking classified presidential records, widely thought to be the potential federal violation the raid was investigating.