Search of Donald Trump's house: more details to be revealed

Search at Donald Trump's house: more details about to be revealed

< p class="sc-v64krj-0 knjbxw">Donald Trump greeted supporters with a raised fist as he walked out of Trump Tower in New York following a hearing in another case against him .

American justice seemed, on Friday, about to make public court documents likely to lift the veil on the reasons for the unprecedented search carried out at the beginning of the week at the home of former President Donald Trump.

The operation, which has infuriated his supporters, was carried out at his residence in Mar-a-Lago, Florida, on Monday by agents of the FBI, the US Federal Police.

She seems to have had the objective of finding highly confidential documents taken by the ex-president when he left the White House.

According to the Washington Post, some documents sought could even relate to the American nuclear arsenal, but Donald Trump denounced an intox, early Friday, on his social network Truth Social.

The will – very unusual – of the Department of Justice to release the search warrant, announced Thursday by United States Attorney General Merrick Garland, was welcomed by Donald Trump.

Not only will I not oppose the publication of the documents […] but I will go further by ENCOURAGING their immediate publication, wrote Thursday evening the Republican billionaire, who had nevertheless abstained to make public the copy of the mandate he had received.

Donald Trump's lawyers have until 3 p.m. to follow up on Merrick Garland's proposal, which assured Thursday, during an exceptional press conference, to have personally approved the search.

United States Attorney General Merrick Garland said the search warrant against the residence in Mar-a-Lago, Florida, where former President Donald Trump lives, would be made public.

Mr. Garland also denounced during his short televised address the unfounded attacks coming from the Republicans against his department and against the FBI.

The department does not take such decisions lightly, he said, adding that the matter was of significant public interest, three months before the midterm legislative elections.

In requesting the confidentiality of the warrant, the Justice Department cited, without contradicting, statements by Donald Trump's representatives that the FBI was seeking House archival documents -White, possibly classified defense secret.

Monday's search was the first ever to target a former president of the United States.

Outraged, Donald Trump told Truth Social on Monday that his lawyers were fully cooperating with authorities when suddenly and without warning, Mar-a-Lago was raided at 6:30 a.m. by a VERY large number of officers.

He complained in particular about the fact that FBI agents searched the closets of first lady Melania Trump.

On Wednesday, he even suggested that the federal police could have having planted false evidence against him during this operation.

Police in front of the entrance to Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence during FBI search

Republican sympathizers, though known for their support for law enforcement, lambasted the FBI's intervention, so much so that an association of agents denounced unacceptable calls [.. .] to violence against the police.

On Thursday, a gunman, who had tried to enter an FBI office in Ohio (northern United States) , was killed by law enforcement after a long confrontation.

In the aftermath of the raid, the Republican heavyweights have coalesced with their former president, who retains a strong hold on the conservative party and plans to be a presidential candidate again in 2024.

His former Vice President Mike Pence, yet a potential rival in two years, expressed deep concern after the police operation.

The x27;ex-real estate magnate, at the heart of the judicial news of the United States, was also subjected on Wednesday to a hearing under oath before the Attorney General of New York.

< p class="e-p">He then ceased to invoke, for four hours and more than 440 times, according to the American press, his right not to answer questions under the 5th Amendment of the Constitution.

Letitia James, New York State's top magistrate, has been investigating civil cases since 2019 on suspicion of financial and tax fraud a within the Trump Organization family group.

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