By
Ryan E.
|
November 26, 2022

Trump Team Reveals What REALLY Happened At Mar-A-Lago

There's an entire half of the Mar-a-Lago saga that Americans STILL don't have the slightest clue about.

Donald Trump and his family's side of the story.

Donald and his team KNOW that the unwarranted raid on Donald Trump's private residence was nothing more than a political witch hunt. There was no reason for the FBI to do what they did, nor did they have the right to.

Now, Donald Trump's lawyers are setting out to prove it.

In fact, even the information that the FBI has been "transparent" about has been extremely misleading.

Take the affidavit for the Mar-A-Lago search, for instance. Sure, the FBI released a copy to America, but it was incredibly censored.

Their argument is that it was censored to hide sensitive information.

Trump's lawyers say that they know it was censored in order to not incriminate themselves. Because it was ILLEGAL.

The current state of the affidavit contains several "misleading omissions," according to Trump's team. They're demanding a judge make the agency hand over an unredacted copy.

"The supposedly 'detailed' inventory provided little in the way of actual information or detail," Trump's lawyer wrote. "Instead, the 'detailed' inventory incorrectly labeled nearly every document seized as a 'U.S. Government Document.'"

"The affiant should have fully disclosed and discussed the total authority of a President to declassify materials and determine that materials are personal records under the Presidential Records Act, as well as the fact that presidents are accorded great deference when they have designated materials as either a Presidential record or a personal record," the Trump team's filing concluded.

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