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Donald Trump determined to run for president after search of his mansion

Aug 9, 2022

According to a confirmed source, police searched Donald Trump’s mansion in Mar-a-Lago, Florida, The source also revealed, Trump will be determined to run for president to prevent similar actions in the future.

On Monday, August 8, the FBI raided Mr. Trump’s mansion, allegedly as part of an investigation into mishandling of documents. According to various sources, from a few dozen (according to the Fox News television channel) to a hundred (according to the New York Post newspaper) FBI agents participated in the searches. They focused on Mr. Trump’s office as well as his mansion in Mar-a-Lago.

Law enforcement officials, according to Fox News, seized several boxes containing items and documents. According to his son Eric Trump, they found nothing incriminating. They took with them personal belongings of family members and photographs.

After this affront, the outlet opined that it will spur Trump back into business so it doesn’t happen again. “He will definitely participate in the presidential race. He is very angry that they can do this to him. One way to stop this is to take back control of the government, ”said a source quoted by NBC.

The channel notes that if Trump becomes a candidate, he will be in a strong position and will be able to prove that the federal investigation is politically motivated and aims to prevent him from participating in the election. In addition, he will benefit from protection against lawsuits. He will also be able to appoint and remove Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Justice Department officials at will. According to an NBC source, Mr. Trump is well aware of these possibilities and realities.

In turn, the former president’s daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, told Fox News that US authorities decided to conduct a search because they feared Mr Trump would announce his decision “to run for the presidency in 2024” in the days to come. Mr Trump and his lawyers are cooperating with authorities, said Christina Bobb, a lawyer for the former US leader.