Published On: Thu, Aug 10th, 2017

Predawn Raid Conducted By FBI At Home Of Former Trump Campaign Chairman Manafort

According to leaked reports, Federal Bureau of Investigation conducted a raid on the house of former chairman of Donald Trump campaign Paul Manafort in 2016 election on 26 July with a search warrant without any notice and they seized the documents as well as the records of files.


Federal Bureau of Investigation revealed that they conducted a raid on 26 Jul at the house of Paul Manafort without any notice.

According to people that are involved with special counsel investigation department, said that FBI raid at the home of former Donald Trump Chairman house was to get the records and files about the 2016 election.

FBI is the domestic intelligence as well as the security service of the United States, it is also considered as federal law enforcement agency.

It operates under the U.S. Department of Justice jurisdiction, the agency is known as one of the best agencies in the world and now it is dealing with the case of Donald Trump about 2016 election meddling.

Paul John Manafort Jr. is an American lawyer, lobbyist and political consultant; for the presidential campaign of Donald Trump in 2016 election, he served as manager.

He was advisor of many previous presidential campaigns of Republicans like Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, and Bob Dole while now FBI has included him in the meddling case.

Robert Mueller is investigating the case, last month he was appointed as special counsel to deal with the case, after his appointment, under his command FBI conducted a raid on the home of former campaign manager Paul and the documents as well as the file records regarding 2016 election have been seized by the intelligence agency and raid was conducted with a search warrant on 26 July.

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