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Donald Trump’s Florida Property Distrusted By FBI: Probe Agency Digging Classified Nuclear Documents

The probe agency is looking for documents related to nuclear weapons

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UNITED STATES: Earlier this week, the Federal Bureau of Investigation searched Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence as part of an investigation. The inspection became a shaft of light, revealing many confidentialities detained by Trump.

Meanwhile, the search team got clues about the former President unlawfully holding onto presidential records. According to reports, the probe agency is looking for documents related to nuclear weapons. During the ongoing investigation, many confidential documents were seized including pointers of US weapons or weapons that belonged to another country. 

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The former head of the state claimed of hiding sensitive material during his time in the White House. The entire raid is granted by the head of the Justice Department’s counter intelligence and export control section, Jay Bratt.

Trump opposed the action of following up on his documents, he made the statement “Not only will I not oppose the release of documents related to the un-American, unwarranted, and unnecessary raid and break-in of my home in Palm Beach, Florida, Mar-a-Lago, I am going a step further by ENCOURAGING the immediate release of those documents.”

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The Department of Justice stated the ongoing chaos, “The public’s clear and powerful interest in understanding what occurred under these circumstances weighs heavily in favour of unsealing.”

There is a threat uncensored with the connection of the confidential, though Trump is cooperating with the action followed by the FBI, but there is a sense of prey for the county as mishandling of sensitive papers may harm the peace of the nation. 

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The FBI agency is being progressively attacked by other politicians demanding an explanation from the Justice Department on what triggered the search.

According to the association, “The threats made recently contribute to an atmosphere where some have, or will, accept violence against law enforcement as appropriate. It is not. Special Agents and their families should never be threatened with violence, including for doing their jobs.”

Also Read: FBI Seizes Donald Trump’s Mar-A-Lago Residence

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