Day after Mar-a-Lago attack, Trump didn’t feel ‘deterred,’ says source who saw him Politico.
But he was angry that FBI agents involved his family during the investigation, sources said.
Agents searched Melania Trump’s closet, said a source who spoke with Trump.
FBI agents searched former First Lady Melania Trump’s closet during Mar-a-Lago raid that infuriated former President Donald Trump, an anonymous source told Politico.
On August 8, the FBI executed a search warrant at Trump’s residence in Palm Beach, Florida, and seized approximately 20 boxes of materials. Contains 11 sets marked as Top Secret or Confidential.
The next day, Trump was “deterred” by what had happened, but was upset by the way agents targeted his family.
The former president “searched Melania’s closet and expressed more contempt for what they did to his family than what they did to him, taking care of his children,” the person told Politico. Told. “[The search] Despite being a big topic at the beginning of the dinner, he was definitely not obsessed. ”
The report does not elaborate on what the FBI supposedly did to Trump’s children. The outlet said the source was with Trump at a dinner party for members of the Republican Research Commission.
Representatives for Trump and the Justice Department did not immediately respond to an insider’s request for comment.
Insiders were unable to independently verify where FBI agents searched for the documents.
However The Washington Post reported Earlier this week, FBI agents seized several documents from Trump’s bedroom.
It is unknown if they were classified.
After raid, Trump blames FBI break into his safe When Take 3 of his passports. DOJ staff later admitted The agent received the passport, but returned it several days later.
Long-rumored Trump laze about sensitive government Defend that confidential documents were at home, claim He had a “permanent order that any document removed from the Oval Office shall be deemed to be declassified.”
While the president has broad powers to declassify documents, it usually requires a longer process that requires approval from other federal departments and agencies. The New York Times reported.
Florida Federal Judge Thursday ordered the release of a redacted version of the FBI’s affidavit Supported the Mar-a-Lago raid.
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