Trump warns DOJ: “Terrible things will happen”

Donald Trump has warned the FBI and Department of Justice that ‘bad things’ would occur in the United States if the ‘temperature’ does not cool after the raid on Mar-a-Lago, which triggered a firestorm of criticism against law enforcement.

The former president told Fox News that he has promised to do “everything he can” to defuse the tensions since people are “so outraged at what is happening.” Since federal officials investigated his Florida house, cries for civil war have escalated and the FBI has warned that there have been threats to plant “dirty bombs” outside their offices.

 

A story from The New York Times revealed over the weekend that a close associate of President Trump contacted a DOJ official to relay the following message from the president: “The nation is on fire.” How can I lessen the temperature?’

 

It was shown on Thursday, just before to Attorney General Merrick Garland’s first public comments on the raid, in which he claimed he personally authorized his office to obtain a warrant to search Trump’s Palm Beach mansion.

 

Trump said in an exclusive interview with Fox on Monday – the first since the raid – that he had his representatives call out to the DOJ to offer help as his base expresses indignation about the FBI raid on his home.

 

Trump told Fox, in response to a question on outreach, that “people are so outraged at what is happening.” “Whatever we can do to assist, since the country’s temperature must be reduced.” ‘If it is not, bad things will occur.’

 

He continued, “The people of this nation will not tolerate another fraud.”

 

The raid was part of an inquiry into whether Trump inappropriately took White House materials back to his Florida residence after leaving office.

 

A story from The New York Times revealed over the weekend that a close associate of President Trump contacted a DOJ official to relay the following message from the president: “The nation is on fire.” How can I lessen the temperature?’

 

It was shown on Thursday, just before to Attorney General Merrick Garland’s first public comments on the raid, in which he claimed he personally authorized his office to obtain a warrant to search Trump’s Palm Beach mansion.

 

Trump said in an exclusive interview with Fox on Monday – the first since the raid – that he had his representatives call out to the DOJ to offer help as his base expresses indignation about the FBI raid on his home.

 

Trump told Fox, in response to a question on outreach, that “people are so outraged at what is happening.” “Whatever we can do to assist, since the country’s temperature must be reduced.” ‘If it is not, bad things will occur.’

 

He continued, “The people of this nation will not tolerate another fraud.”

 

The raid was part of an inquiry into whether Trump inappropriately took White House materials back to his Florida residence after leaving office.

Supporters of Trump rally near his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey on Sunday, August 14 – nearly one week after the raid on his Florida clubTrump warns DOJ: “Terrible things will happen”

Since last week’s search, the FBI believes that cries for civil war and threats against the agency have increased.

 

Following the raid, the FBI received an increase in violent threats on social media, according to a leaked letter, and thugs intended to plant a dirty bomb in front of the agency’s offices as part of a ‘armed revolt’

 

It comes as Pennsylvania Republican Representative Brian Fitzpatrick stated he was informed his life was in risk as a result of the consequences.

 

The former FBI agent said that he was intimidated by’some of the same folks’ who are verbally assaulting federal law enforcement.

 

In response to rising demand to make the warrant public, the former president’s lawyers and the Justice Department reached an agreement to unseal it. The released records detailed the items agents took during the operation.

 

The Presidential Record Act mandates that presidents save all official records and materials during their term in office, establishing that they belong to the public and not the president.

 

Eric Trump told DailyMail.com that 30 FBI agents came on Mar-a-Lago on Monday, refused to pass over a copy of the warrant to his father’s attorney Christina Bobb, and had her wait at the end of the road throughout the search.

 

The agents confiscated secret documents, including some marked Top Secret.

 

Trump opposes this, asserting that all of the papers in his hands have been declassified and contending that the agents seized items protected by attorney-client privilege or executive privilege.

 

Trump told Fox on Monday, ‘The nation is in a very precarious situation.’ “I’ve never seen such rage over all of the scams and this new one; years of frauds and witch hunts have culminated in this.”

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