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Laura Ingraham analyzed how the raid on former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home occurred due to a documentary dispute even after Trump’s legal team voluntarily met with government investigators on “The Ingraham Angle”.
LAURA INGRAHAM: Just a few hours ago we learned more about pettiness and venality Attorney General Merrick Garland is that he would send federal agents to the home of a former president and likely 2024 candidate for a documentary dispute. The Washington Post reports tonight that Monday’s raid came months after Trump’s legal team voluntarily met with government investigators at Mar-a-Lago.
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It was in June. Now, the apparent reason for the visit was fears that some documents were kept by Trump when he left office rather than turned over to the National Archives. Trump stopped at meetings as he began to greet investigators, but was not questioned. The attorney showed the boxes to federal officials, and DOJ officials spent some time going through the material.
According to Trump attorney Christina Bobb, Justice Department officials said they did not believe the storage unit where those moving boxes were kept was properly secured. So Trump officials added a lock to the facility. Seems reasonable. When FBI agents searched the property on Monday, Bobb said they broke through the lock that had been added to the door. Of course, to the federal authorities‘ request, they broke their own lock. Keystone Cops here with DOJ credentials. This is absurd.
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