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Trump's world was haunted by anger, fear and plenty of intrigue over the FBI investigation

The world of Trump is highly questionable and even conspiratorial. However, the speculation sparked by the FBI raid occupies a different sphere, with fears that the so-called Deep State is trying to capture the former president, combined with a lack of public information about the FBI's actions.

"I can say that we all agree that this is corrupt," said longtime Trump confidant Michael Caputo. "Many people in the Trump world believe this is a play, designed to harm the president, designed to harm Republicans in the midterm elections, and to promote Democratic interests. And, as you know, they failed utterly.”

There is no evidence that the Department of Justice did anything inappropriate, and indeed the federal Got approval from the court to obtain a search warrant.Trump himself was able to answer some of the lingering questions. He is free to disclose the warrant — although he was not provided with the underlying affidavit — describing the files seized by the FBI. I am choosing not to. Only two of his attorneys were present during the search, and they were barred from overseeing while the agents obtained the files.

However, more information was forthcoming. may be available. Federal magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart, who signed the search warrant last week, ordered the Justice Department on Wednesday to respond by Monday to efforts by media outlets and advocacy groups to open the documents.

But in the absence of that information, Trump supporters have begun pushing a conspiracy to explain the investigation. 35} One in Axios and one powered in part by two articles in Newsweekthat someone high up in Trump's orbit could tip over and overthrow the government. and detailed the belief that some Trumps have moles on their hands. By late Wednesday afternoon it had become a topic of open debate on Fox Newsand an article in theWall Street Journal that the witness was actually helping investigators. was showing that The FBI did not disclose all classified records during the initial negotiations and helped investigators locate lost records.

But at least in public, A theory more aggressively pushed by Trump supporters was the idea that the evidence could have been planted on the premises by the FBI. Trump himself has floated the idea in his social posts on his media site, and his Fox like SenatorRand Paul (R-Ky.) and Jesse. Amplified by the News host. Watters, and even Trump's own lawyer.

"I'm afraid they planted something," Trump attorney Alina Hubba told Fox News on Tuesday. I don't know.I don't trust the government.It's very scary as an American.This is third world stuff.This is Cuba.This is not our country."

Trump and his advisers have also sought to use the FBI's raids for their own political gain. In the aftermath, the former president received phone calls from his supporters and lawmakers at the Capitol building urging him to hurry up and run for president in 2024. And on Monday night, Trump met with the Republican Research Commission at Bedminster Golf Club in New Jersey, where he spoke about his outrage over the event and hinted at what he would do next. left me with a little bit of suspicion that he would run again, and he was greatly encouraged to run again on the spot.” -Ind.) told POLITICO. "And his campaign for the midterm elections will help rally voters."

Within 48 hours of the search, Trump's Save America PAC declared the search a civil case against Trump for New York Attorney General Letitia James. We have released a new political ad that ties into the investigation and the January 6 investigation. And Trump has aggressively raised money from the search, condemned the FBI's actions, and sent emails and text messages asking for donations.

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy Republicans from Congress to Rep. Elise Cefanik (R-N.Y.) vowed to investigate the reasons issued by federal investigators. The search justifies political issues moving beyond the midterm elections.

"If the Republican majority doesn't pursue a church committee for the 21st century from now on, I'll be shocked. That's what I think," said one Republican close to Trump. The consultant said referring to parliamentary elections in the 1970s. Public hearings on espionage. “I think there are ample examples of politicization in institutions where this is where Republican voters are.

Olivia Beavers contributed to this report.