Trump on classified docs probe: ‘They seek retribution for Republicans looking into Biden’s CRIMES’

by Summer Lane

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President Donald Trump threw a fist at the DOJ, the FBI, and the special prosecutor appointed to investigate the so-called “classified documents” probe after the bureau’s shocking raid of Mar-a-Lago last year, noting that the reports on what the justice system was planning were not rosy.

“Reports are the Marxist Special Prosecutor, DOJ, & FBI, want to Indict me on the BOXES HOAX, despite all of the wrongdoing that they have done for SEVEN YEARS, including SPYING ON MY CAMPAIGN,” he wrote on Truth Social on Sunday.

He added, “Biden Crimes go unpunished, including that he had Boxes in Chinatown, in his garage by the ‘Corvette,’ & 1,850 Boxes in Delaware that he won’t allow anyone to see. That is real OBSTRUCTION!”

Trump has been the target of a DOJ investigation after the FBI raided his home in Florida last year, when they were supposedly searching for allegedly classified documents that were kept on the premises.

As previously reported by RSBN, the DOJ reportedly terminated its investigation into the classified documents that were surrendered by former Vice President Mike Pence last week.

Trump responded to the news, “That’s great, but when am I going to be fully exonerated, I’m at least as innocent as he is. And what about Joe Biden, who is hiding at least 1850 boxes, and some located in Chinatown, DC? When will the witch hunt against ‘TRUMP’ stop?”

On Sunday, Trump pointed out that the various arms of the justice system in the U.S. were operating within a two-tier system, drawing a contrast between how has been treated and how Biden has been treated.

He concluded, “They seek retribution for Republicans looking into Biden’s CRIMES! I HAVE DONE NOTHING WRONG. ELECTION INTERFERENCE!”

Despite the ongoing investigation into Trump regarding the documents, the majority of Republicans surveyed in a new Morning Consult poll believe that President Trump is still the man who is in the best position to beat Joe Biden in the 2024 presidential election by a 30-point lead.  

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