One Democratic senator believes that former President Donald Trump could be indicted over documents seized during the FBI’s raid of his Mar-a-Lago home.
Vermont Democratic Sen. Patrick Leahy shared the comments on MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell Reports on Tuesday.
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“In some ways, it’s inconceivable that any former president would do that until you stop and think here is a man who just did not care for the law. He is asking the military, ‘These protestors, can’t you just shoot them in the legs or things like that?’ Can you imagine any president, Republican or Democrat, asking something like that?” Leahy said.
“He felt that he was above the law. I guess he still feels that, but he could end up being indicted for this. These papers presidents are very careful to make sure they’re given to somebody who archives them, blocks them up, puts them in the national archives,” the senator added.
🚨BREAKING: Trump DROPS HUGE Legal action against Biden-Garland DOJ after FBI Raid tramples 4th Amendment pic.twitter.com/ApXhe4wy09
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) August 23, 2022
Trump and other Americans see the FBI’s raid differently. His legal team is dropping a huge legal action in response to the Biden administration’s operation at his Florida home.
“Politics cannot be allowed to impact the administration of justice. President Donald Trump is the clear frontrunner in the 2024 Republican Presidential Primary and in the 2024 General Election, should he decide to run”, the lawsuit reads, according to the Daily Mail.
BREAKING: Trump sues Biden regime over ‘unreasonable search and seizure’ during Mar-a-Lago raid | The Post Millennial https://t.co/QAZXlE3Kad
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The contrast could not be greater as the left seeks Trump in court and Trump is suing those who attacked him.
The latest legal action may force more information to surface regarding the motivations behind the raid that would be important to the public.
The issue could also have a major impact on the November midterms as voters find more motivation to show up to voice their opinion on the matter.