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Trump boasted that he moved official government files to Mar-a-Lago "openly and transparently."
The DOJ is investigating whether Trump violated federal laws in his move and refused to return the documents after leaving the White House.
"When are you going to break into the homes of the other presidents looking for documents that are voluminous and that they have taken, but not nearly as openly and transparently as I have?" he wrote on Truth Social.
Former President Donald Trump boasted Monday about how he "openly and transparently" moved government records from the White House to Mar-a-Lago after leaving office.
"...When are you going to break into Bill and Hillary's home and look for the 33,000 emails she deleted AFTER she received a subpoena from the US Congress?" Trump wrote on his social media website Truth Social . "When are you going to break into the homes of the other presidents looking for documents that are voluminous and that they have taken, but not nearly as openly and transparently as I have?"
The Justice Department is currently investigating whether Trump broke federal law by moving documents to Mar-a-Lago when he left the White House. It's one of several criminal investigations Trump is facing, and the DOJ and Attorney General Merrick Garland are under intense public pressure to remain independent as they investigate everything from Trump's keeping of official records to his involvement in the deadly riot in the US Capitol as of January 6, 2021.
That pressure mounted even further when Trump announced earlier this month that he would run for president in 2024. A few days later, Garland appointed Jack Smith, a veteran war crimes prosecutor, as a special counsel to oversee the criminal investigation into Trump.
"Based on recent developments, including the former President's announcement that he is running as a candidate for President in the next election, and the incumbent President's stated intention to also be a candidate, I have concluded that it is in the public interest is advised to nominate a special candidate," Garland said.
Trump also launched a tirade against Smith on Monday, writing on Truth Social that the special counsel is a "fully armed monster" who "should not be allowed anywhere near the political pursuit of 'President Donald J. Trump'."
"I did nothing wrong on Jan. 6, and nothing wrong with the Democrats' fixation on document fraud, that is, unless the previous six presidents also got it wrong..." he wrote.
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