Trump said his officials reached out to the DOJ to offer help amid outrage over the FBI’s search of Mar-a-Lago. Former President Trump said he would “do whatever he can” to “help the country” after the FBI raided his home in Mar-a-Lago last week, telling Fox News Digital that ” the temperature needs to be lowered,” stressing that the American people “will not tolerate any more fraud.”
In an exclusive interview with Fox News Digital Monday morning, the first since the raid, Trump said he had asked his representatives to contact the Justice Department to offer assistance amid outrage over the FBI’s unprecedented raid on his private home last week by agents confiscated secret records, including some marked as serious. Secret.
Trump disputes the classification of those records and says the records have been declassified.”The country is in a very dangerous situation.
There is tremendous anger like I’ve never seen before, at all the scams and this new one: years of scams and witch hunts and now this,” Trump said. “If there’s anything we can do to help, I and my people would certainly be willing to do that,” Trump said.
And there is tremendous anger in the country, at levels never seen before, except in very dangerous times,” Trump said. Trump told Fox News his team had “no feedback yet” from the Justice Department on whether they would accept his offer of help. “I think they would want the same thing: I’ve never seen anything like it,” Trump said.
“This is a very dangerous time for our country.” He added: “I will do everything to help the country.”, said: “Nothing happens to people who maintain this, nothing happens to them.” “And then they break into a president’s house — a sneak attack where it was total — no one ever thought a thing like this would happen,” Trump said.