Breaking: Judge Delivers Crushing Blow To Biden’s DOJ Following Raid At Mar-A-Lago, Orders DOJ to Provide Copy of Trump Raid Warrant

A federal judge has ordered the Biden Justice Department to produce a copy of the search warrant executed at Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate on Monday.

Magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart said that the DOJ must respond no later than Aug. 15, reports said.

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The FBI conducted a nine-hour-plus search at the Mar-a-Lago estate on Monday, reportedly in connection with an ongoing investigation into potential campaign finance violations.

Trump has slammed the raid as a “witch hunt” and an “assault on America.”

Judicial Watch and the Times-Union newspaper have both requested copies of the warrant. It is unclear if the public will be able to view the warrant once it is released by the DOJ.

The seizure came after reports that the FBI did not turn over a copy of the warrant to a lawyer on the Florida property at the time of the raid, according to Eric Trump’s interview with DailyMail.com. 

The DOJ must file a response to motions to unseal the document from The Albany Times Union and conservative organization Judicial Watch by Monday, according to Magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart, who allegedly signed and approved the unprecedented search.

Reinhart also set a hearing on the matter for Tuesday afternoon.

It is unclear what information the warrant contains or why the DOJ is opposing its release.

The FBI raided Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort on April 8, 2021, in an effort to obtain evidence relating to the former president’s involvement in the January 6 Capitol riot.

The warrant for the raid is believed to be sealed because it contains sensitive information that could jeopardize the ongoing investigation.

The DOJ has not commented on the judge’s order.

The F.B.I. agents were allegedly looking for evidence related to Mr. Trump’s phone call with the secretary of state of Georgia, in which he pressured the official to “find” votes to overturn his election loss, as well as similar attempts to subvert the vote count in other states.

The agents also seized documents related to Mr. Trump’s longtime friend and informal adviser, Roger J. Stone Jr., who was convicted last year of witness tampering and obstruction of Congress in connection with the investigation into Russia’s interference in the 2016 election.

Mr. Trump, who has been living at his club since leaving office on Jan. 20, was not there when the agents arrived, according to two people briefed on the matter. But several of his close advisers and family members were at the resort, including his daughter Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner.

In a statement, Alan S. Futerfas, a lawyer for Mr. Trump, said: “This so-called ‘search’ is a blatantly illegal act by desperadoes in the Department of Justice, trying to victimize President Donald J. Trump and his family — again. No lawyer would ever consent to allowing criminal investigators carte blanche to rummage through anyone’s home or office, no matter who they are or how powerful they may be. This was an outrageous abuse of power, and we will get to the bottom of it.”

The search warrant was approved by a federal judge and executed on Monday morning, according to two people familiar with the matter. It is not clear how long the agents were at Mar-a-Lago or what they took with them.

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