Trapm said that the documents found in Mar-a-Lago do not contain references to nuclear weapons The former US President Donald Trump said that the documents found in his Mar-a-Lago estate, contrary to earlier reports, do not contain references to nuclear weapons.
He wrote about this in his social network Truth Social, RIA Novosti reports.
“The testimony is heavily edited. No mention of “nuclear”, a public excuse by the FBI and the Ministry of Justice,” the ex-president claims.
According to the politician, the court should not have issued a search warrant for his estate. He called it a “witch hunt.”
On August 9, Donald Trump spoke about the searches at his Mar-a-Lago estate. About a hundred FBI agents participated in them. The politician suggested that the actions of the FBI are related to his potential participation in the presidential elections of 2024. He called the search inappropriate.
Later, the National Archives and Records Administration of the United States stated that more than 100 documents contain secret information on 700 pages in materials that were taken out of the estate.