Eric Trump, the former president’s son, claims that the FBI raid on his father’s Mar-a-Lago estate in South Florida has enraged a nation that was previously tranquil.
Since last week’s search, Justice Department officials have signaled that it is important to collect secret materials that Trump took with him to Florida when he departed the White House. According to the former president, the FBI raid was a sort of persecution that invaded his family’s privacy.
During a Monday night interview with Fox News anchor Sean Hannity, Trump’s son Eric Trump discussed the surveillance recordings that capture the FBI investigators’ investigation of the Trump home. Eric Trump stated his employees resisted a request from the FBI to disable the surveillance cameras.
The interview is below:
“Will you — you still have the surveillance tape, is that correct? Will you — are you allowed to share that with the country?” At around the 4:30 point in the video, Hannity said.
“Absolutely, Sean. At the right time,” remarked Eric Trump.
“That’s why cops wear body cams. They don’t tell you to turn off cameras. They want transparency. And that’s not what happened here.”
“And you know for a fact they asked for the cameras to be turned off,” Sean Hannity said.
“They asked for the cameras to be turned off,” Trump stated.
As a result of the raid, “my father’s poll numbers have absolutely gone through the roof” according to Eric Trump.
He said the night before on the show two individuals “were trying to buy [wife] Lara and I dinner to apologize for what the United States government has done to our family, Sean.”
More on this story via The Western Journal:
“I mean, you wouldn’t believe the energy out there,” he said. “I’ve been through all these firestorms over the years. I’ve never seen America more mad than it is right now.
“People are not buying the sham in the country,” he said.
He also said he called the “weaponization” of the FBI has resulted in Americans calling their country a “police state,” he said. CONTINUE READING…