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Donald Trump hits back at AG Merrick Garland over FBI Mar-a-Lago raid: 'Release documents now!'

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A federal judge tells the Justice Department that former President Donald Trump upholds or opposes the opening of the search warrants and property receipts used by the FBI to search for his Mara. Lago Home Monday, the former president said he wholeheartedly supports the move.

"Release the documents now." At 40:00, he wrote to TRUTH Social: ET Thursday, just hours after the judge's decision was announced.

In two posts, Trump called the raids on his Florida mansion "un-American, unjust and unnecessary," and said he had authorized the warrant's "immediate release." rice field.

"I agree to the release of documents relating to the un-American, unlawful and unnecessary raid and break-in of my home inPalm Beach, Florida Mar-a-. Not only do I not object, Largo, I go a step further by encouraging the immediate release of these documents,” the former president wrote.

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Trump also said the raids were part of the "unprecedented political weaponization of law enforcement" in an effort to prevent re-election.

"My poll numbers are the strongest ever,Republican fundraising has broken all records, and the midterm elections are going fast." This unprecedented political weaponization of law enforcement is inappropriate and highly unethical," he said. It was just hours after Justice of the Peace Bruce Reinhart wrote an order on the Department of Justice's motion to open warrants and property receipts.

"The United States shall immediately serve a copy of its motion to former President Trump's legal team," Reinhart wrote Thursday. On Aug. 12, 2022 Eastern Time,the United Statesshall submit an award certificate indicating whether former President Trump opposes the government's motion to lift the seal."

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Judge's Decisioncame shortly after Attorney General Merrick Garland broke several days of silence over the FBI's decision to execute a search warrant at the former president's home.

At a press conference Thursday, Garland said he had "personally endorsed" the FBI.

I got a receipt for the court-approved search that the FBI conducted earlier this week," Galand said. "The search was at a former presidential facility in Florida."

He added: "In light of the former president's official confirmation of the search, the circumstances surrounding it, and the substantial public interest in the matter, the Department of Defense has submitted a motion to release the warrants and receipts."[52] }

It is not immediately clear whether Trump or his legal representatives currently have copies of warrants or property receipts. 

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It uses the term "raid", a term used by Trump and many other media outlets, including major news outlets, to describe the search warrant for Trump's property, but which property was not found during the search. It is not yet clear why the was removed or why it was executed in the initial investigation. place.

The issuance of a search warrant signed by Reinhardt and the receipt of the property will reveal that information.

Before Monday's search warrant, Trump's legal team removed his 15 boxes of White House records containing documents containing classified information from Mar-a-Lago to the U.S. National Archives. I contacted management and returned it.

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"My lawyers and representatives were fully cooperating and a very good relationship had been established. If we had it, they wanted," Trump said. "They asked us to place additional locks in certain areas - done. Everything went well, better than most previous presidents. In the morning he , by a very large number of agents and even "safecrackers".

In a separate post, the former president said his agency "came through" the closet and personal belongings of former First Lady Melania, his Lady. He "left an area of ​​relative turmoil" with Trump.

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Trump added: rice field. "

Fox News Tyler Olson and his Associated Press contributed to this report.