Trump Skyrockets After Sudden And Corrupt FBI Raid

( About half of registered voters support the DOJ sending FBI agents to Mar-a-Lago on Monday.

Politico and Morning Consult polled 2,004 registered voters about federal law enforcement using a search warrant to supposedly collect National Archives documents.

49% of voters approved the FBI’s decision to examine Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club in Florida.

84% of Democrats, 47% of Independents, and 15% of Republicans support the FBI searching Trump’s home.

During the raid, DOJ lawyers reportedly told Trump’s representatives they had “complete access to everything” Authorities reportedly prevented the former president’s lawyers from observing the raid.

Federal officials felt Trump withheld classified information, including “top secret” documents, due earlier this year.

Federal officials removed more than ten boxes of material from home during the raid.

Three in four people had heard about the FBI’s unexpected visit Monday morning, and 54% believed Trump mishandled confidential material. Others think the raid involved January 6 or “something else.”

Nearly 70% of Republicans agree with President Trump, who branded the raid a “Witch Hunt.”

“These are dark times for our Nation, as my beautiful home, Mar-A-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida, is currently under siege, raided, and occupied by a large group of FBI agents,” Trump said in a statement. “After working and cooperating with the relevant Government agencies, this unannounced raid on my home was not necessary or appropriate.”


49% of people, led by Democrats and Independents, believe authorities are searching for Trump’s crimes. While 63% of Republicans say, the raid constituted an abuse of power, 62% of Democrats disagree.

Attorney General Merrick Garland “personally” approved the FBI search warrant on former President Donald Trump’s home this week, and the Department has unsealed it.

Garland said the federal court issued the warrant, which requires a reasonable cause.

Garland added that rule of law is the foundation of the Justice Department and our democracy. “The rule of law is applying the law fairly and impartially.”

Under his leadership, it is questionable that the Justice Department is doing that.

Trump, who hasn’t announced a 2024 presidential candidacy, said Thursday that his team has cooperated with the Justice Department’s probe into suspected classified information mishandling.

Trump remarked, “The government could have had whatever they wanted.”

After the FBI raid, Trump’s 2024 poll numbers are at their highest since his 2020 loss.

58% of Republicans back Trump in 2024, up 5% from two months ago.