“Highly classified” and “presidential of France” documents confiscated by the FBI

The search at the home of the former president of the United States, Monday, August 8, apparently gave results. FBI agents seized “highly classified” documents from Donald Trump’s home in possible violation of the Espionage Act, according to court documents released Friday by a US court. Among them are about “President of France”, Emmanuel Macron, without further details.

A sealed search warrant was issued by a federal judge in Florida, along with an inventory of the documents seized. Investigators suspect the Republicans, in illegal possession of classified documents, of violating US espionage laws.

In the meantime, Donald Trump reassures in a press release Posted on Friday (in English) that the documents found by the police “all downgraded”. The billionaire also claims that FBI agents “no need for anything to ‘take’ anything”. They can have him whenever they want without playing politics and break into (his house in) Mar-a-Lago.he added.

The operation, which was carried out at the residence of Donald Trump in Mar-a-Lago (Florida) provoked the ire of his supporters. “political persecution”as well as many Republican tenors.

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