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President Trump Notes Millions of Presidential Documents Lost by National Archives – Wants His Documents Back

President Trump wants his documents back and according to legal expert Mike Davis the documents stolen by the FBI in the raid at the White House were legally his.

Mike Davis clarified shortly after the illegal raid by the FBI of President Trump’s home that according to the law, any documents the President deems his are his.  This was the result of a Clinton case where the Clintons were allowed to keep tapes they stored in their sock drawer.

The raid on Mar-a-Lago by the totally corrupted FBI was unnecessary, unprecedented, and unlawful.

EXCELLENT: Former Law Clerk for Justice Gorsuch Lays Out Why the Mar-a-Lago Raid Based on Today’s Affidavit Was “Unprecedented…Unnecessary, and…Unlawful”

Last night President Trump shared that he wants his documents back.

President Trump mentioned that the GW Bush White House lost 22 million GW Bush documents.

The government also lost Bush tapes.

President Trump was robbed by the corrupt Biden DOJ. He deserves his documents back. The only reason these goons wanted them is that they indicted the corrupt Biden/Obama DOJ for crimes, including a coup of the President of the United States.

The post President Trump Notes Millions of Presidential Documents Lost by National Archives – Wants His Documents Back appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

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