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Trump News - LIVE: Former president faces deposition in NY today as report reveals FBI obtained Mar-a-Lago tapes

Trump supporters rally outside Mar-a-Lago after news of FBI raid

Lago continues, Donald Trump is testifying today in another investigation. He has repeatedly accused New York state investigations into his real estate deal of a politically motivated "witch hunt."

Trump's children Ivanka and Donald Jr. have taken depositions in a civil investigation after months of defying subpoenas to testify.

Meanwhile, prior to Monday's raid, the FBI had obtained surveillance tapes from Marr's Lago through subpoenas to Trump's organization, according to multiple reports.

Trump accused Joe Biden of knowing in advance that his Florida mansion would be raided, but the White House has since dismissed the claim as false.

"The president was not briefed and did not know. No. No one in the White House was given a heads-up.


Trump testimony in NY investigation today

by FBI Aside from the Mar-a-Lago raid, Donald Trump has come under legal pressure on many fronts, with perhaps the most high-profile lawsuit against him personally being the New York state attorney's office. Fraud Investigation After spending months fighting for a subpoena to testify, Trump is ready to testify under oath in the Attorney General's Office today.

36} The former president, whose children Ivanka and Donald Jr. were recently interviewed for the investigation, repeatedly characterized the investigation as a political witch hunt and repeatedly insulted Attorney General Letitia James: She continues to pursue the case.

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Rubio claims "extreme left" is "trying to criminalize"

On Fox News last night, Florida Senator Marco Rubio tried to highlight what has become one of the major points of contention for Republicans regarding Monday's FBI raid. What is happening in failed states and banana republics, and the Biden administration is a “regime” intent on “criminalizing” dissenters.

He launched the analysis amid warnings that the return of power to the Republican Party would retaliate against those who initiated the Trump investigation. . He is engaged in a politically motivated investigation that accuses him of pursuing Democrats.


Trump attorney details FBI investigation

Lindsay Harrigan, one of Donald Trump's attorneys, was present at Mar-a-Lago during most of the FBI raid on Monday. And yesterday, she spoke with her CBS News and detailed what happened.

It was the second Trump attorney the morning after the search began. Far right Christina Bobb, who was a TV host on OAN Network, was already there.

In her next eight hours, Harrigan said she had 30 to 40 of her FBI agents conduct a search. A few wore suits, but most wore his T-her shirts, cargo pants, masks and gloves. Halligan estimates that 10 to 15 of her FBI vehicles, including Ryder trucks, entered and exited the facility.

A source told CBS News that the FBI had actually removed boxes and papers from Mar-a-Lago, but had no electronic equipment.

Ms. Harrigan's account only sheds so much light in the absence of an FBI warrant, and if Trump chooses to , the warrant may be released.

Read the full CBS report here


Pro-Trump Republican Congressman Releases Statement on FBI Seizure of His Phone

Republican Congressman Scott Perry of Arizona said: The FBI also visited this week after it reportedly asked the White House for a full pardon after the Capitol riots. In his case, three agents arrived to seize his mobile phone.

Perry was predictably furious and released the following statement denouncing the FBI's "banana republic tactics."

Whether this seizure is related to the Mar-a-Lago raid or is he related to the DOJ investigation into events leading up to the events of January 6, 2021? It is unknown whether Recently, I saw several members of Trump's inner circle calling to testify before a grand jury, and others being arrested and raided.


See: Trump supporters protest 'witch hunt' in Marlago

As soon as news broke of the FBI raid in Mar-a-Lago, Trump supporters began gathering outside the president's resort to protest. Some of them were there yesterday as well, describing what they considered "unconstitutional" searches:

Donald Trump supporters say FBI hunt was a 'witch hunt'


FBI raid raises new questions about whether Trump broke the law

An expert assessing the impact of the FBI's raid on the Mar-a-Lago facility, which was converted from Donald Trump's home into a club, said there was an impact on the investigation over the former president's mishandling of the law. New question.

And more than a day later, he still has questions about several aspects of the search, many of which remain unknown.

David Raufman, a Washington-based attorney who led the Department of Justice's Counterintelligence and Export Control Section during the Hillary Clinton investigation, said: . these cases.

These factors included the extent to which the confidential information was mishandled, the extent to which the person knew that the confidential information was in and whether its disclosure would affect the national security of the United States.

A search conducted late Monday uncovered classified material in a box of White House records at the National Archives and Records Administration, according to people familiar with the matter. It is said to be related to a Justice Department investigation into I recovered from Mar-A-Lago earlier this year.


January 6, Mar-a-Lago on the golf course: many Investigations Donald Trump

Donald Trump has been subject to several congressional, civil, and criminal investigations, the extent of which is whether his business interests or From allegations of tax evasion to his efforts to undermine the 2020 presidential election. Incites violence in the US Capitol.

The former president, his family business, real estate interests, and political allies are under scrutiny from federal agents, state attorneys, and members of Congress.

Alex Woodward provides a partial list of significant investigations into Mr. Trump and his unheard-of investigation at his Palm Beach, Fla., home onMar-a- reviews his current position after his FBI raid. Lago on August 8

Former President, his business and allies , tax evasion allegations, real estate practices, and plans to steal the 2020 election


The call for support made by Donald Trump in a campaign-style video on social media, where he said "the best is yet to come," has now been overwhelmingly received by many Republicans. has received strong support. The former president's anticipated third run for the White House.

"The one thing I can say is that I believed he was going to run. , said he was certain the next election would take place after speaking with Trump.

Indiana Republican Party leader Jim Banks said, "The sooner the campaign, the better."

Banks, who is also chairman of the Republican Research Committee, said about a dozen Republicans who spent several hours with Trump at his Bedminster villa on Tuesday night. was one of new jersey.

Meals with the former president included steak, scallops, mashed potatoes, salad, and Trump his cookies.

At the gathering, Banks said the group discussed the upcoming midterm elections and his 2024 presidential election.


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Pence Condemns FBI and DOJ's Mar-a-Lago Investigation

The deep concern of millions of Americans over the unprecedented search of President Trump's private residence. No former president in the history of the United States has had his private residence raided," Pencetweeted on Tuesday

"I share the deep concern of millions of Americans about the unprecedented search of the president's private residence. Trump'