Offbeat Why was Donald Trump's residence in Florida been searched by the FBI?
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Donald Trump and his business are involved in at least a dozen significant investigations and lawsuits. Here's the latest on all of them.In November, Summer Zervos, who had accused Trump of sexual assault following her appearance on "The Apprentice," dropped her lawsuit against him before he was forced to sit for a deposition. At around the same time, a New York state judge dismissed a lawsuit from Michael Cohen seeking to have the Trump Organization reimburse his legal fees for work he did on Trump's behalf.
an extraordinary operation. According to Donald Trump, who announced it on Monday, August 8, his residence from Mar-A-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida,. If the former American president is at the heart of several judicial cases, according to sources close to the file, the operation would be linked to an investigation into the potential mismanagement of classified documents. "So that's it, I'm missing?" ": Threatened by the revelations on the January 6, Trump prepares his comeback This investigation relates to documents, some of which classified" top secret ", which would have been swept away by the ex-president in Mar-A-Lago When he left the White House-rather than transferring them to the National Archives. A violation of the "PRESIDENT RECORD ACT", a law of 1978, according to which any memo, letter, note, e-mail and all other written communications related to the exercise of the presidency must be preserved. was searched by FBI
Documents regularly neglectedAccording to the "Washington Post"
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, which cites anonymous a source close to the investigation, the inventory of these found documents is a hundred pages. The classified documents, identified in a separate inventory, would approximately three pages. "A single page - or even a very sensitive portion of information - which would be incorrectly published could bring significant damage to national security," said the source.
Video: United States: Donald Trump's residence in Florida searched by the FBI (Dailymotion)
After having recovered these documents, the National Archives, Federal Agency, had asked American justice to open an investigation into these facts. "The" PRESIDENT Record Act "is essential for our democracy, in which the government must account for the people," said David S. Ferriero, archivist of the United States in February.
Liz Cheney says she's 'ashamed' her fellow Republicans are putting the lives of FBI agents at risk with their post-Mar-a-Lago raid attacks
"These are sickening comments that put the lives of patriotic public servants at risk," Cheney said of the intense criticism following the search."I have been ashamed to hear members of my party attacking the integrity of the FBI agents involved with the recent Mar-a-Lago search," Cheney wrote on Twitter. "These are sickening comments that put the lives of patriotic public servants at risk.
Mar-A-Lago, residence of Donald Trump in Palm Beach, Florida. (Larry Marano/Shutterstock/Sipa)
extracts, the staff of the White House also discovered regular bundles of papers butting the toilets And suspected the president of wanting to get rid of documents. For the time being, the FBI has not confirmed this search or comments. The reason for this operation, several months after the withdrawal of documents by the national archives, is still uncertain. whose Axios site has broadcast
At the heart of several cases, on January 6, 2021, when for the siege of the seat of the seat of the seat of the seat of the seat of the seat Congress, delaying the certification of the victory of his Democrat Rival Joe Biden in the presidential election. But, for the time being, no prosecution has been engaged against him. For the President of the Commission, however, and must be held as legally responsible for the attack.
At the end of July, the Minister of Justice Merrick Garland had not dismissed the possibility of prosecution. "We intend to account for anyone who is criminally responsible for [his role in] the events around January 6, in any attempt to interfere with the legal transfer of power from one administration to another ", he said.
Finally, two investigations, one civilian and the other criminal, are carried out in New York on suspicions of financial fraud within the Trump Organization.
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Donald Trump did not revoke Merrick Garland's nomination to the Supreme Court when he became president in 2017. A claim that he did is false.Just days after the search, Attorney General Merrick Garland said he "personally approved" the decision to seek a search warrant. Some social media users claim that Garland's purported history with Trump may have played a role in that decision.