Eric Trump Says Mar-a-Lago Security Cameras Captured FBI Agents Behaving Improperly
The country as well as the rest of the world are still talking about what happened this past Monday at President Trump’s Mar-A-Lago estate.
Of course, people are still talking about it because they’re still a lot of unanswered questions. Day by day we’re still learning more about what happened and now we’re learning from the people who are actually there like his son Eric Trump as well as one of his attorneys Christina Bobb.
What we are learning is that there were a lot of things going on that were highly inappropriate and thankfully it was caught on security camera. While we don’t yet have footage of the event we do have details. Hopefully, there will be some video footage that’s released very soon so we can all see what took place.
What we’ve heard so far as that FBI agents went through Melania Trump’s closet and that they had searched every room including President Trump’s private office. I’m sure they were trying to bug the place again just like they did at Trump Tower.
According to Newsweek,
Eric Trump said that the security cameras at Mar-a-Lago caught FBI agents behaving improperly during Monday’s raid, alleging that investigators were accessing parts of former President Donald Trump’s Florida residence that they “shouldn’t have been.”
In an interview with DailyMail.com, Eric Trump said that because staff refused to turn off the surveillance cameras at the request of the FBI, the Mar-a-Lago cameras captured agents raiding areas that they weren’t authorized to.
“There’s 30 agents there,” he recalled on Wednesday. “They told our lawyer…’You have to leave the property right now. Turn off all security cameras.’”
Eric Trump said that the FBI refused to give Trump’s lawyer, Christina Bobb, a copy of the search warrant but “showed it to her from about 10 feet away,” DailyMail.com reported. He also said he would be “thrilled” to find out if there was a valid reason for the search.
The whole thing is absurd and they are out of control.