Was the FBI’s raid of Trump’s residence part of Biden’s plot to stop former president from running in 2024 elections?

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Was the FBI’s raid of Trump’s residence part of Biden’s plot to stop former president from running in 2024 elections?

It is true that Trump’s entire career, both political and financial, is marred by an endless string of scandals.
Only a year and a half after leaving the Oval Office, today, Donald Trump finds himself and his political future in jeopardy, which could scuttle his chances of running for the 2024 presidential election.
Even for a controversial personality, such as Trump, his illegal possession of top-secret government documents about US nuclear documents is deemed a major scandal.
A few days ago, the former president of the United States was charged with probable violations of the Espionage Act and other offences after an FBI raid and inspection of his sumptuous mansion.
FBI agents reportedly searched Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida, to examine the classified documents he carried with him when he left the White House.
Four sets of top-secret documents and seven sets of less-secret, but still classified papers were discovered, according to a list of materials collected during the FBI search of Trump’s Florida residence earlier this week. In the meantime, Trump’s Republican allies claim that the former president declassified the uncovered documents before leaving office.
The current scenario has prompted Trump’s ardent supporters to give more credence to their fear of a possible contrived plot hatched by the Biden administration to thwart Trump from participating in the next presidential race.
According to a survey conducted by “YouGov,” 62% of Americans view Donald Trump’s possession of confidential nuclear documents as “a very major issue” or “very problematic.”
On the other hand, substantial portions of Americans are developing a rising mistrust of federal institutions and authorities, claiming that their policies are based on the political agendas of a certain political party or politicians.
In the meantime, the FBI has been the target of vitriolic attacks and reprisal threats from the far-right circles that support Trump.
The violent rhetoric unleashed against US government institutions has manifested itself in the form of massive rallies by Trump supporters in front of his mansion in Florida and increasing threats and vituperation against federal agents.
A salient example was an unsuccessful attack on the FBI’s headquarters in Ohio by an armed person.
Christopher Wray, who was appointed as the agency’s director in 2017 by Trump, described the threats surfing online against federal agents and the Justice Department “deplorable and dangerous.”

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