Breitbart published a leaked version of the Mar-a-Lago search warrant, including the names of an FBI special agent and supervisor agent, on Friday. The agents both signed their names on receipts for property seized from Trump’s home, including boxes of classified documents that reportedly may have included nuclear secrets. A redacted version of the warrant, which omitted the names of the agents, was officially released hours later.
“Garland called Trump out to make warrant public,” tweeted digital strategist Alan Rosenblatt. “Trump tried to get one over on Garland, releasing warrant to Breitbart, w/out redacting FBI agents names. That’s right, Trump doxxed FBI agents serving a legal search warrant. Once again, Trump is inciting violence.”
“It’s also worth noting that they published the names of the FBI agents, which serves no purpose other than opening them up to threats and harassment,” legal analyst and former federal prosecutor Renato Mariotti tweeted. “Breitbart is also confused about what ‘SSA’ means. It refers to Supervisory Special Agent, a FBI supervisor.”
In a Dec. 5, 2019 interview, Trump told Bob Woodward: “I have built a nuclear—a weapons system that nobody’s ever had in this country before…” Woodward wrote that he confirmed this with sources who were surprised Trump had disclosed it. (Rage, p. 185)
Trump continued: “…We have stuff that you haven’t even seen or heard about. We have stuff that Putin and Xi have never heard about bout before. There’s nobody—what we have is incredible.”
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