Donald Trump’s lawyer claims the FBI took a dozen boxes in the raid of his Florida residence

The FBI took 12 boxes from the residence of the former US president donald trump in Florida, after a judicial raid in search of documents with classified information from the White House this Monday.

One of the tycoon’s lawyers, Christina Bobhas confirmed to US media that the agents arrived at the address with a sealed court order authorizing the inspection of the property.

Numerous Republican leaders accuse Democrats of “abuse of power”

Although still, however, neither the intelligence services nor the Department of Justice have yet released statements explaining the probable motive for the raid. Waiting to know some detail or official explanation, numerous republican leaders, including the party leadership, have accused the Democrats of “abuse of power”.

from the party of Joe Biden they remember, for their part, that if there has been a search it is because there is an authorization signed by a judge. Meanwhile, the White House assures that the president was not aware of the search and found out through the media.

He realized by the news “like all Americans”. “The Department of Justice independently conducts investigations and we leave any law enforcement matters to them. It would not be appropriate for us to comment on any ongoing investigation,” he said. Karine Jean Pierrethe presidential spokeswoman.

But the suspicions that Trump arouses do not end there. This Tuesday, only one day after the registration, an appeals court authorized a committee of the United States House of Representatives access the tax returns of the former president. The Justice Department’s decision comes a year after the US Supreme Court ordered the also businessman to hand over his tax returns to a prosecutor investigating his finances in New York.


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