Trump accuses FBI of bad manners

The former US President claims the agents who searched his residence didn’t even bother taking off their shoes in his bedroom

Donald Trump is the 45th US president. He claims FBI agents infringed on his constitutional rights. They also caused havoc in Trump’s Mar-a-Lago, Florida, residence. The agency searched Trump’s premises in early August in connection with a probe into the former president’s handling of classified documents.  

On Sunday, the Republican firebrand stated that he would take to Truth Social. “soon be heading”Mar-a-Lago for information about the “unnecessary ransacking of rooms and other areas of the house.” 

A post on the platform published by Trump in February said that the ex-head of state was feeling it. “totally violated” by the law enforcement’s intrusion. 

Trump sent a series of messages accusing the agents of violating his Fourth Amendment rights. He also stated that his estate was being investigated. “never be the same”After their visit. 

“It was ‘ransacked’, and in far different condition than the way I left it,”He lamented.  

He mentioned also that agents searched his home. “didn’t even take off their shoes in my bedroom.” 

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Trump stated earlier this month that the FBI deliberately scattered documents across the floor before snapping a photo to show the ex-president looking sloppy.  

“They dropped them, not me — Very deceiving,”He added a second post to the original article. “Perhaps pretending it was me that did it!” 

Trump accused agents last month of stealing Melania Trump’s closet. “mess” and searching his 16-year-old son’s room. 

The raid that took place on August 8th led to the seizure of more than 11,000 photos and documents by federal agents. Some of the material recovered is said to have been marked “top secret”Some may be related to nuclear weapons.  

According to court records, Trump was suspected of violating three criminal laws. 

Trump insists, however, that he has never been accused of any wrongdoing.



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