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FBI research may have led to Trump’s re-election

Dag Blanck notes that it is unusual for parts of the current Trump investigation to go public, as this is usually covered in secrecy that precedes the investigation. It was at the request of the Ministry of Justice and with a good memory of the former president.

– Attorney General Merrick Garland going out and giving a brief press conference on this is also very unusual, but he did so out of a strong public interest and so he wanted to have a defense of the way the investigation is being conducted. Dag Blank said the home search was heavily criticized by Trump supporters and senior Republican politicians.

Attorney General Merrick Garland held a news conference Thursday about the FBI's search for Donald Trump's home.

Attorney General Merrick Garland held a news conference Thursday about the FBI’s search for Donald Trump’s residence.

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The tone was in the beginning A very high percentage of dignitaries such as Senator Ted Cruz, minority leader Kevin McCarthy, main Trump rival Ron DeSantis and also former Vice President Mike Pence who was, after all, the target of many Trump sympathizers regarding the storming of the Capitol. It’s quieter now.

No one knows in detail what kind of material Trump is keeping, and with the risk that the Washington Post’s information may be true, it may be about the nuclear weapons capability of the United States, even one like the third-highest leader of the Republicans the House of Representatives, Elise Stefanik, underestimated themselves a bit. Even if Trump removes the seal of secrecy, says Dag Blank, that doesn’t necessarily mean he will be rescued in a court of law.

Dag Blank, Professor of North American Studies at Uppsala University.

Dag Blank, Professor of North American Studies at Uppsala University.

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How does the issue affect the fall midterm elections?

– It’s absolutely untested territory, so it’s hard to say even if there is an indictment. The word “extraordinary” has been used a lot with Trump because he broke many unofficial norms, expectations, and rules without dropping his popularity dramatically. Instead, I think the release of an indictment will lead to an incredibly bitter fight with a broader split and even more angry Trump supporters.

According to Dag Planck, American political opinion can be compared closely with two different perceptions of reality. A large percentage of Trump’s followers are fully convinced that the former president has been an innocent victim of persecution since he announced his candidacy on June 16, 2015.

During the summer’s successful and successful hearings on the January 6 committee, one began to notice a weariness in Trump’s opinion and it affected him so negatively that they began discussing alternative Republican contenders. But with a home search on Monday, he was able to unite the party behind him, as they drew closer, and to file an indictment that would ignite another flame in that conflagration, says Dag Blanc.

Police at the scene outside Mar-a-Lago where the FBI issued a search warrant Monday.

Police at the scene outside Mar-a-Lago where the FBI issued a search warrant Monday.

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The FBI was working hard after The search and most serious incident occurred on Wednesday when a 42-year-old gunman tried to enter the Federal Police headquarters in Kenwood, Ohio, before he was shot dead. It has not been legally established that the perpetrator reacted to the search for Trump’s home, but he did write it on Trump’s Truth Social.

– Based on what we know, it is my assessment that the investigation is going exactly as it should. The authorities wanted to obtain materials that, according to the law, belong to the US National Archives, which have been requesting them since last spring, and when someone like Trump does not obey the written request, they conduct a house search. Dag Blanc says clients didn’t come as fast as they could at dawn and weren’t in their traditional jackets, so you can even claim the process was done in a very reasonable manner without harsh procedures.

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