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After Justice Department unsealed search warrant, Trump demands release of documents

Former President Donald Trump declared Thursday night, "Release the documents now." In response to the Justice Department'ssearch warrantrequest to be unsealed, Trump conducted a raid on his Florida estate on Monday. He clarified his position in a statement posted to Social, days after being combed through by FBI agents, calling for the "immediate release" of the documents while denouncing the "political weaponization of law enforcement". encouraged. Mar-a-Lago.

"Not only will I oppose the release of documents relating to the un-American, unjust and unnecessary raid and break-in to my home in Marlago, Palm Beach, Florida," Trump said. said in the post.

"I encourage the immediate release of these documents, even though they were produced by Radical Left Democrats and future political opponents who have strong and powerful vested interests in attacking me." I'm one step further by doing what they've been doing for the last six years."


In a follow-up post, he boasted about voting numbers and fundraising for Republicans as the crucial midterm elections approach in November.

"This unprecedented political weaponization of law enforcement is highly inappropriate and highly unethical."

"Release the documents now!" he concluded.

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Late night rants are a special day, said Attorney General Merrick Garland At a press conference closinghe said he had "personally approved" therequest for a search warrant, leading to the conduct of the search.

Garland also noted that the Department of Justice had asked a federal magistrate to open a copy of the warrant, and would do so unless Trump opposed the request.

Judge Bruce Reinhart, who approved the first warrant on Aug. 5, gave the federal government notice of the motion to Trump's legal team, by 3:00 pm on Friday. ordered to notify if there are objections.