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Sean Duffy is still wondering what the agents wanted

Sean Duffy talks about how the FBI agreed to wait a few days for another warrant after receiving an urgent request for President Donald Trump’s home.

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On “The Ingraham Angle,” Sean Duffy questioned why the raid on former President Donald Trump didn’t happen after the warrant was issued despite “national security” concerns.

SENTINEL DUFFY Pick everything up. That’s what Merrick Garland, the attorney general, authorized when he personally approved the search warrant used to enter Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence last week. Now that the wall has been unlocked, we have a lot more questions. For instance, why did the agents feel the need to take everything?

What caused that? Everything? Why did they have to take everything? … Any presidential or governmental record made between January 20, 2017, and January 20, 2021 may be taken by agents. That covers the duration of his presidency. And why did it take days for them to actually carry out the warrant if this raid was so essential because the Left says our national security may have been at risk after all?

OUR REPUBLIC IS BEING PULLED APART AT THE SEAMS, according to Laura Ingraham

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The warrant was approved by the judge on August 5, but the raid didn’t take place until August 8. Do FBI agents really have the weekends off from work? Furthermore, Trump would have had these records for longer than 560 days after leaving the White House. A total of 156 days. Why did it take them so long if this situation is so serious? We now have a list of the actual documents that were seized, even though it is not particularly accurate. Here is what might have posed a danger to our country’s security.

Roger Stone’s pardon, a package of papers in leather binding, and two photo albums. There were boxes that the agents marked as containing top-secret papers, but Trump later claimed that they had been declassified. But the agents’ true objectives remain a mystery to us.

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