August 10, 2022 |
Wyoming’s two U.S. Senators are calling foul on the FBI’s Monday night raid of President Trump’s resort home in Florida.
Approximately two dozen FBI agents arrived around 9 a.m. on Monday morning and remained at Mar-a-Lago in West Palm Beach, for about 10 hours. Some were armed. The FBI did not produce a search warrant at first, according to Trump’s attorney, Christina Bobb.
Senator John Barrasso tweeted this statement: “Raiding a former president’s home is unprecedented. The Justice Department needs to quickly and transparently tell the American people who approved this raid and why it occurred.”
A few hours later, Sen. Cynthia Lummis tweeted a similar statement, saying “People in Wyoming deserve answers.” Representative Liz Cheney remained silent about the raid one week before Wyoming’s primary.
Pictured above: File photo of Mar-a-Lago. Courtesy Wikipedia.