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.

The agents were looking for presidential records The National Archives say belong to it because they were not initially transferred when Trump left the White House in January 2021.

Pictured above: File photo of Mar-a-Lago. Courtesy Wikipedia.

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