FBI raids Donald Trump's house, alleges he brought 15 boxes of documents from White House

Washington: The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has raided the residence of former US President Donald Trump. This information has been given by Donald Trump himself. Trump has said that his 'beautiful home' Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach in Florida has been raided by the FBI. Trump issued a statement about this and said that this time is black time for the country. This has never happened before to a person who has once been president of the country. Even after cooperating with the government agencies, it is not only unnecessary but also wrong for those people to raid the house in this way.

Trump said "This is prosecution misconduct, the weaponisation of the justice system, and an attack by the radical left, they don't want me to run for president in 2024, based on recent results.'' Those who want to do this can do anything to stop Republicans and Conservatives. Such attacks occur only in losers or third-world countries. Sadly, the US also joined them, with corruption so much as never before. These people also broke into my vault. Trump asked what was the difference between this and the Watergate case. There were some people who broke into the offices of the Democratic National Committee, whereas the reverse happened when Democrats entered the house of the 45th President of America.

According to media reports, investigations are going on by the US Justice Department against Trump. The search started on Monday (August 8, 2022) morning. Which lasted several hours. At the same time, the US Justice Department says that they did not conduct any such raid. The FBI is also silent on the matter. It is being said in some reports that when Donald Trump left the Presidential Palace, he took about 15 boxes full of important documents with him. Now the documents kept in the same boxes at Trump's house are being searched.

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