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Trump Calls the FBI’s Search for Top-Secret Nuclear Weapons Materials at Mar-A-lago a “Hoax”

In response to rumours that the FBI was looking for sensitive information at his house, former US President Donald Trump said that the “nuclear weapons issue is a fiction.”

In response to a report in The Washington Post that said he had top secret materials concealed at his estate, Mr Trump, who has supported calls for the release of the warrant used to search his Mar-a-Lago home, made the assertion.

In a fresh statement, he declared that “the nuclear weapons issue is a hoax, just like Russia, Russia, Russia was a hoax, two impeachments were a hoax, the Mueller probe was a hoax, and much more.”

“Same corrupt individuals engaged. Why wouldn’t the FBI let the search certain places at Mar-a-Lago with our lawyer or others in attendance? They were forced to wait outside in the heat and weren’t even allowed to come close before being told: “ABSOLUTELY NOT.”

Additionally, he implied that the FBI law enforcement officials might have “placed” papers.

“Planting advice anyone? I’m reminded of a Christofer Steele dossier!

It is puzzling why Mr Trump has not disclosed the warrant himself given that he will have been given access to it.

The FBI should “release the records now,” he had already suggested.

Due to the “significant public interest in this matter,” US Attorney General Merrick Garland urged a judge to unseal the search warrant.

Mr Trump promised not to obstruct the process in a statement issued a few hours later.

“Not only will I not oppose the release of records about the un-American, unjustified, and needless raid and break-in of my residence in Palm Beach, Florida, Mar-a-Lago, but I am going a step further by ENCOURAGING the rapid release of those materials,” declared the former US president.

“This historically first-of-its-kind political weaponization of law enforcement is illegitimate and deeply unethical. The entire world is watching as our nation reaches a new low in terms of our border, crime, economy, energy, national security, and so much more—including our sacred elections!

Release the docs right away!


The dramatic search, according to a recent article in The Washington Post, was a result of “great worry among government officials about the types of information they suspected may be uncovered at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort.”

No confirmation was provided that such records were located or discovered during the FBI raid this week, which is thought to have seized 10 to 15 boxes of material in addition to the 15 boxes that Mr Trump had already handed to the government in January.

The law enforcement sources, who requested anonymity to speak about a current investigation, did not specify whether the allegedly secret materials contained details about nuclear weapons belonging to the US or to any other country.

Mr Garland acknowledged to reporters that he personally approved the decision to request court approval for a search warrant.

“The Justice Department does not make decisions like this without thought. It is common practice to explore less invasive methods as an alternative to searches whenever possible, and to focus any searches that are conducted, he added.

Now that the raid’s motivations have been revealed, he wants some parts of the search warrant to be made public. Mr Garland pointed out that although the search was attempted to be conducted with little to no public notice, Mr Trump himself made it public.

In its application to unseal the warrant, the Justice Department argues that “the public’s strong and overwhelming interest in understanding what occurred under these circumstances weighs significantly in favour of unsealing.”

That being said, the former president needs to have a chance to comment on the motion and voice his or her objections, including concerning any “legitimate private interests” or the possibility of additional “damage” if these documents were made public.

The shocking revelation that the FBI was hunting for nuclear weapons-related materials comes as former Australian prime minister John Howard criticized Mr Trump for his “appalling” and “atrocious” behaviour after losing the 2020 election and refusing to recognize the result.

Mr Howard said that Mr Trump was unsuited for the presidency in a recent book titled A Sense of Balance.

According to Mr Howard, “Trump’s awful behaviour after losing the 2020 election… has undoubtedly made him unfit to return to the White House.”

That the party would have chosen him as its candidate in 2016 was mind-boggling to me, as it was to many others, I’m sure.

In an inquiry that is thought to include the 1978 Presidential Records Act, twenty FBI agents and technicians arrived at Donald Trump’s Florida residence on Monday to carry out a search order.

The type of top-secret information detailed by the people familiar with the investigation, however, could cause serious harm to American security, a Justice Department official told The Washington Post.

David Laufman, a former head of the counterintelligence division of the Justice Department, which looks into classified leaks of information, said that if the claim is accurate, it “would suggest that material residing illegally at Mar-a-Lago may have been classified at the highest classification level.”

If the FBI and the Department of Justice thought top-secret materials were still at Mar-a-Lago, they would have an additional “hair-on-fire” desire to get it back as soon as possible.

The former president of the United States said in a statement that the surprise raid on his residence “was neither necessary nor acceptable.”

“Only impoverished, Third-World nations could support such an invasion. Sadly, America has now joined that group of nations where corruption is at an all-time high.

An “FBI confidential human source” in the Trump camp who knew which documents to look for and where they were located allegedly spurred the FBI search of Mr Trump’s home, according to a Newsweek report from earlier this week.

The search was “deliberately timed to occur when the former president was away,” the Newsweek report and another one in The Wall Street Journal both claimed.

Over a dozen cartons of material were willingly turned over by Mr Trump earlier this year.

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The National Archives allegedly consulted the Justice Department after discovering those documents purportedly contained letters from North Korean ruler Kim Jong-un, whose correspondence Mr Trump had referred to as “love letters,” as well as other sensitive information.

In 2018, Mr Trump spoke at a rally about his relationship with the North Korean leader, saying, “I was pretty tough and so was he, and we went back and forth.”

“And after that, we started dating, OK? No, he really did write me some lovely and excellent letters. It lovestruck us both.

“I was most successful with the tyrants. I got along really well with them for whatever reason.

Kash Patel, a former official in the Trump administration, and other supporters insist that Mr Trump declassified the documents he brought to Mar-a-Lago.

He claimed that in preparation for leaving office, Trump declassified entire sets of documents that he believed the American people should have the freedom to view for themselves.

The information was declassified even though the White House Counsel was unable to produce the necessary papers to modify the classification marks.

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