GOP Consultant Scott Jennings Slams Republicans’ ‘Ridiculous’ Excuses for Trump

GOP Consultant Scott Jennings Slams Republicans’ ‘Ridiculous’ Excuses for Trump

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The House Oversight Committee tries to stick with the issues, saying the Republican Party is “tying itself in knots” by protecting former President Trump. The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC), the national group working to elect Democratic candidates for House, insisted Republicans are compromising their chances at a midterm election because they are “tying themselves in knots” by protecting ex-President Donald Trump following a raid on ex-President Trumps Florida home on Monday by the F.B.I.

The FBI sent agents to Mar-a-Lago, the Florida estate of former President Donald Trump, to execute search warrants Monday, but many questions still surround the incident. Documents were taken by the F.B.I. According to sources familiar with the investigation, the Times reported on Thursday that it was among items sought in the raid. The Post reported Thursday evening that FBI agents were searching for highly classified documents related to nuclear weapons and signals intelligence, two of the most sensitive areas in the U.S. government. The documents, taken from the Mar-a-Lago residence by FBI agents after the search warrant was executed on Monday, were reportedly marked Top Secret.

Michael Cohen, the former personal attorney and fixer for Donald Trump, posted a celebratory video after an FBI search at the former president’s Mar-a-Lago, Home. It is unclear if the suspect’s actions are related to an FBI raid of former President Donald Trumps Mar-a-Lago home, which came as supporters and allies of Donald Trump condemned the use of a search warrant by the FBI and Justice Department. Republican campaign consultant Scot Jennings called out some conservatives on Monday for making extravagant claims to defend former President Donald Trump from allegations that he unlawfully stored top-secret documents at his Mar-a-Lago resort.

Senator Lindsey Graham said on Tuesday that the FBI’s search of former President Donald Trumps Florida home makes it more likely that he will run for president again in 2024. Donald Trump told Fox News Digital there are going to be awful things happening if political temperatures do not get lower in America — but he also made baseless allegations about the FBI carrying out the secret raid and claimed, without evidence, that the FBI might have planted documents during the raid last week. One source told Fox News that the Trump team is considering challenging a request to have search warrants unsealed.

The FBI obtained the warrants signed off on by federal Magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart of Florida. Yet experts believe that the approval may have gone straight to Garland because no prior president has faced such a warrant–or a raid–from an FBI agent in American history. The list was released with a copy of an authorized search warrant, which allowed the FBI to search the property. Christina Bobb, an attorney for Trump, received copies of each one of them from the August 8 FBI search.

Trump’s campaign officials – who have been consistent about their record of obstructionism – took to Twitter to urge their followers to weigh in with a bit more information.

I don’t think I have to go further with this. Donald Trump still thinks he is the President. His posts on his social media platform are putting FBI agents’ lives in danger. Then again, that isn’t anything new from him. It seems he is throwing one of his 3-year-old temper Squals again. It’s true I have no great love for Trump. If he had declassified the nuclear files he had, there would be records of this.

God Bless the United States, and God Bless the Veterans


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