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‘US could potentially lead to civil war’

Trump’s supporters launched hate campaign against institutions, judge who signed search warrants also threatened

After the FBI searched former US president Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago followed by Trump’s supporters protesting against the act, US political observers have warned that the country could potentially lead to a civil war.

US political observers say that former US President Donald Trump’s hateful conspiracy narrative was fueling violence and chaos in America.

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Observers have said that after the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) raid on Trump’s home in Florida, Trump supporters have launched a hate campaign against institutions and the judge who signed the search warrant is also being threatened.

A few days ago, the FBI raided the house of US President Donald Trump to look for sensitive papers. According to the Washington Post report, Donald Trump’s residence was raided to search for important documents.

The former president’s supporters have started protests against the state institutions after the Trump Mar-a-Lago warrant was unsealed.

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US Attorney General Merrick Garland had said that the Justice Department had filed a request in the court for the search warrant and property receipt from the search to be unsealed saying that he had personally approved the decision for the search warrant over the matter.

According to VOX news, on Thursday Trump’s supporter identified as Ricky Shiffer, who also attended January 6, 2021, Capitol riot, attacked an FBI building in Cincinnati, Ohio, with a nail gun, ultimately dying in a confrontation with police. On Truth Social, Trump’s social media platform, Shiffer indicated that he was motivated by the FBI raid. “We must not tolerate this one,” he wrote in one message.

According to the NY times, The former president called the search an “assault” and complained that the authorities had broken into a safe.

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