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US Department of Justice Conducts Unprecedented Raid on Trump Residence

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Donald Trump remains in the crosshairs of the US Department Of Justice. The FBI executed a search warrant on Mara-a-Lago, Trump’s sprawling Palm Beach, FL home, on Monday morning. The Trump family was not on the premises at the search time. The warrant called for a search of the entire Trump home. 

Lindsey Halligan, one of two Trump lawyers, summoned by the FBI to the Mar-a-Lago property at the time of the search, said that she saw 30-40 FBI agents in or around the home.  She added that the FBI would not allow her or the other Trump lawyer in the house during the search. 

The warrant came about because Trump is believed to have presidential documents and communications in his possession, some thought to be classified. The National Archives has been requesting these documents from Trump officials who allegedly have been dragging their feet since February. since February. Some material was returned, but Federal officials suspect they didn’t receive everything. There’s much speculation that the missing documents requested by The National Archives and Records Administration were used to secure a search warrant in the hopes that the FBI could seize any document that might lead to Mr. Trump’s indictment. The search lasted roughly 10 hours and yielded 12 boxes of potential evidence. 

This unprecedented move against a former president by the DOJ has deepened the rift between Trump supporters and his detractors. Cable opinion show hosts rallied their respective audiences clamoring for either Trump clothed in an “orange jumpsuit” or deserving an explanation from the DOJ about why a search warrant was used instead of a subpoena. White House officials have denied any previous knowledge of the maneuver, instead deferring questions to the Department of Justice. White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre tactfully dodged questions about the raid. She declined to comment on whether President Biden had held any previous discussion on the topic with Attorney General Merrick Garland. 

This move comes with massive political, social, and even legal implications. Conspiracy theorists flooded social media with vitriolic posts ranging from visions of prison terms to a potential civil war between “MAGA Republicans” and “Anti-Trumpers.” Some politicians, including former President Trump, used the moment to raise campaign funds for their respective parties. 

An opinion held by many in the legal community is that there must be more to the search than just looking for the documents sought by the National Archives. Failure to produce additional or reinforcing criminal evidence seized during the raid could carry devastating consequences for all involved in the plan.

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