FBI searched Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home for classified nuclear weapons documents
nuclear weapons documents were thought to be in the trove the FBI was hunting in Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort.
Trump later released a statement saying he would not oppose but rather was “encouraging the immediate release of those documents
Trump further stated, via his social media platform Truth Social, that he believes the “nuclear weapons issue is a hoax”
Garland’s announcement followed a furious backlash to the search from Trump supporters who portrayed it as politically motivated.
The suspected presence of nuclear weapons documents at Mar-a-Lago could explain why Garland took such a politically charged step
on the US nuclear arsenal while he was in the White House
Trump publicly threatened to obliterate both North Korea and Afghanistan.
Nuclear documents that Trump would routinely have had access to would be the classified version of the Nuclear Posture Review