On August 8, 2022, according to Trump, the FBI searched his Mar-a-Lago residence.
In a statement, President Trump claimed, “They broke into my safe,” adding, “My magnificent home, Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida, is currently under siege, raided, and seized by a huge group of FBI agents.”
A source familiar with the case told CNN that it appeared like the estate’s office and personal apartment were the focus of the investigation.
Eric Trump, the president’s son, stated in a Fox News interview that the National Archives claimed to have conducted the raid in order to verify whether or not Donald Trump had any records in their possession.
According to Christina Pope, who represents Trump, the FBI seized documents while conducting their investigation.
Bob told the publication that “President Trump and his legal team are collaborating with FBI and Department of Justice officials at every stage of the process.”
“The FBI conducted a surprise raid and confiscated a paper,” she continued.
Trump performed a stop on the American Freedom Tour in Memphis, Tennessee, on June 18, 2022.
At the Landers Center, he was joined on stage by a number of notable conservative speakers, including former secretary of state Mike Pompeo, Kimberly Gilfoyle, Dinesh D’Souza, Mark Burns, and sheriff Mark Lamb.
He made his first appearance on Saturday, May 28, at a rally in Casper, Wyoming, when he endorsed Republican congressional candidate Harriet Hageman, who will take on Wyoming’s Representative Liz Cheney.
Previously, on May 27, former President Donald Trump presided over the National Rifle Association’s annual conference in Texas.
Trump stated in a post on the Truth Social that he would uphold his “long pledge” to speak at the conference in Houston because the nation “at this time needs real solutions and true leadership.”
The news was released during an elementary school shooting in Ovaldi, Texas, in which at least 19 pupils and two teachers perished.
NPR reports that people in attendance were prohibited from carrying firearms during his address and were magnetometer-scanned before entering the Secret Service.
He demonstrated his backing for Liz Cheney’s opponent, Republican Harriet Hageman.
Trump and Cheney have summoned each other on numerous occasions over the years despite never having a face-to-face meeting.
After she supported a criminal contempt vote against former White House advisor Stephen Bannon in October 2021, Trump went so far as to brand her a “arrogant moron,” The Hill writes.
At the time, Trump claimed that Liz Cheney’s poll numbers were “very bad news for Democrats” because “people really can’t stomach her fighting for the people that slaughtered her and her father for so many years.”
He went on, “She is a conceited moron, and the Republican Party and the magnificent state of Wyoming completely comprehend her actions. She deserves no respect from those who look upon her.”
After accusing him of starting the Capitol riots on January 6, 2022, Cheney once more complimented him, declaring him “obviously unsuited for a future post.” And it was clear that he could never again be in the vicinity of the White House.
Cheney claimed this week during an appearance on ABC News that “He has crossed lines that no American president has ever crossed.”
“A chief cannot be trusted if he will not order a mob to stop or defend any of the three branches of government.”
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