A Preliminary Inventory of Trump’s Lies about the Mar-a-Lago Search

Published August 14, 2022 by Nan Mykel

Lest we forget….Bravo

Bob Shepherd | Praxis

Don the Con, how do I loathe thee? Let me count the ways from just the last few days.

Trump suggested that the FBI might have “planted” documents when he knew that he and his family members had watched the search live on Mar-a-lago’s closed-circuit television system. So, this was a lie.

Trump said that the FBI had raided his “beautiful home” after his having cooperated fully. But he hadn’t cooperated fully. He had retained, illegally, despite repeated requests that he turn them over, documents with the highest level of security classification. And he knew this. So, these were multiple lies, for he made the more than once.

Trump and his son Eric have claimed that the raid was political motivated and have suggested that it was done at Biden’s bidding. Another lie. Trump doesn’t seem to get that the DOJ is not the president’s private police force, as much…

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