All The FBI Got Was Menus And Cocktail Napkins…


Well, based on multiple reports, so far the bogus FBI raid isn’t going well for them. 

Yes, the FBI did find something, napkins and birthday menus were among the other things recovered from Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home.

Following the Monday raid of former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence, he suggested on Wednesday that FBI agents may have planted evidence in the building.

This was during a raid by the FBI reportedly to search for boxes of “classified” documents Trump had at his residence.

According to reports, the boxes contained letters from North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and also a cocktail napkin. The controversy over the documents first erupted in January this year when the National Archives retrieved 15 boxes, containing classified information, from Trump’s Florida house – ‘Mar-a-Lago.’

Here’s what Trump posted to his social media platform Truth Social on Wednesday morning, according to the Daily Mail.

“The FBI and others from the Federal Government would not let anyone, including my lawyers, be anywhere near the areas that were rummaged and otherwise looked at during the raid on Mar-a-Lago.” 

It’s funny that nobody cared when Hillary Clinton, as the first lady, took actual White House property home with her when Bill left office…

Back in 2015, former President Bill Clinton and his wife departed in 2001 with a spree of lavish gifts but also took home property from the permanent White House collection, according to Breitbart.

According to Sally Bedell Smith’s book ‘For Love Of Politics’, written in 2007:

[The Clintons’] financial-disclosure forms revealed that they walked away with $190,027 worth of furniture, china, flatware, art, and other gifts, nearly half of it acquired in their final year. It also turned out that they took some property that actually belonged to the permanent White House collection. [Emphasis added]

Here’s a report from the New York Post about the items seized at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence:

The raid on Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate was reportedly sparked by an ongoing probe into the box loads of materials the ex-president took with him to Florida when he left the White House — including notes from North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un and even a cocktail napkin.

A showdown over the materials first erupted back in January when the National Archives said it had retrieved 15 boxes of White House records — including classified information — from Mar-a-Lago that Trump should have turned over when he left office. The feds took another 12 boxes of material on Monday.

Some of the items recovered in January included correspondence from Kim Jong Un and a letter former President Barack Obama had written his successor, sources told the Wall Street Journal.

A list of the unclassified items found in the boxes was about 100 pages long — and included the cocktail napkin and a birthday dinner menu, according to a Washington Post source.

‘National Review’ also reported the incident:

Trump released a statement on Monday saying federal agents had raided his private residence despite his having cooperated with authorities for months to return documents he allegedly improperly took from the White House after his term. The National Archives and Records Administration recovered 15 boxes of records in January, including items “marked as classified national security information.”

A source told the Washington Post that an inventory of unclassified items in the boxes recovered in January is 100 pages long. Recovered items include a cocktail napkin, a birthday-dinner menu, a phone list, charts, slide decks, letters, memos, maps, talking points, schedules, and more, according to the report.

Sources: WLT, New York Post, National Review, Breitbart, Daily Mail