Terrible things will take place in the United States if the ‘temperature doesn’t come down.’ Donald Trump

The former President of the United States, Donald Trump, has issued a warning that terrible things will take place in the United States if the ‘temperature doesn’t come down.’ He has also claimed that his passports were’stolen’ during the FBI raid that took place last week at his home in Mar-a-Lago, Florida, and he has warned that bad things will start happening soon in America because of the way the Biden administration is handling his case.
He referred to it as a “attack on a political opponent” in his speech.
“Wow. During the raid that was conducted by the FBI or at Mar-a-Lago, they took everything, including my three passports, one of which had expired.
This is an attack on a political opponent in our country on a scale that has never been witnessed before in our history. He referred to it as the “Third World” on his Truth Social account.
Trump possesses two passports: a blue one that is issued to U.S. citizens and a red one that is issued as a “diplomatic” passport for official government travel.
If it is shown that his passports were taken away from him, then it follows that he will be unable to travel to any country outside of the United States.
The United States Attorney General Merrick Garland stated that he ‘personally approved’ the raid, which was conducted as part of a federal investigation into records that Trump took with him when he left his position as President of the United States. Any and all records pertaining to presidential administration are considered to be the property of the federal government in accordance with federal law.
The White House stated that the president learned about the raid via public accounts, and the press secretary for the White House, Karine Jean-Pierre, stated on Sunday that President Biden had not been informed at all on the matter.
‘Not been briefed. On the program This Week on ABC, she stated that there had been no interference from our side.
Boxes of items were seized by FBI agents during their search of Donald Trump’s home in Florida on August 8. Among those items were 11 sets of classified documents, photographs, and other files labeled “top secret.”