Just as the Joe Biden administration has revealed the indictment of President Donald Trump for taking government documents from his presidency with him when he left office, a congressional leader has confronted that very same Department of Justice for anomalies in the FBI’s scandalous raid on Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home.
It was that raid that allegedly sought classified documents in Trump’s home. He has said he declassified the paperwork that was there.
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Nevertheless, Biden’s DOJ now has indicted Biden’s top political opponent in the 2024 presidential race for having them.
It is House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, who sent Attorney General Merrick Garland a letter this week revealing odd behavior on the part of the FBI and DOJ connected to that raid.
The details, Jordan explained, come from Steven D’Antuono, former assistant director-in-charge of the FBI’s Washington office.
In an interview, D’Antuono charged that the Miami field office did not do the search on Trump’s home.