Breaking News: Trump responds to heavily redacted affidavit ‘Nothing mentioned about nuclear, total PR gimmick by FBI and DOJ’ [VIDÉO].
Published on 28.8.2022
President Trump reacted on Friday to the release of the heavily redacted affidavit used to raid Mar-A-Lago, pointing out that nothing was mentioned about the “nuclear” documents Trump was believed to have. Mr. Trump called the gimmick public relations by the FBI and DOJ. He also pointed out that Judge Reinhart should never have authorized the break-in and that he should have recused himself from the case, as he did in another Trump case two months earlier.
The affidavit was so redacted that it lacks the information needed for the American people to understand the nature of the raid, with some pages blocked. A full copy of the affidavit can be viewed here.
The redacted affidavit should come as a surprise; unfortunately, the Biden administration has significantly lacked transparency. Dan Bishop, representing North Carolina, tweeted: “Too bad for transparency”.
Trump communications director Taylor Budowich pointed out that the released affidavit shows duplicity. “The heavily redacted and overtly political affidavit only proves that the Biden administration is desperate to cover up its unprecedented, unnecessary, and anti-American raid on President Trump. »
He goes on to point out that the Biden administration does not want Americans to know the truth.
According to Mike Davis, a former legal assistant to Judge Gorsuch said: “The raid was illegal; Ihe president can declassify all the documents he wants. He also said, “It is legally impossible that President Trump engaged in an act of espionage or violated a Presidential Records Act. He wondered, “What was so urgent that Biden’s Justice Department went to get these documents?” Davis pointed out that Trump declassified documents and made his copy detailing the Russian collision pattern that the DOJ did not declassify. He said these documents were damning to Obama, Hillary Clinton, the FBI and the intelligence community.