Former Pres. Trump Returns To Mar-a-Lago For First Time Since FBI Raid

Trump Returns To Mar-a-Lago

Photo: CBS 12

Former President Trump is back in Palm Beach for the first time since his estate was raided by the FBI last month.

Supporters lined Southern Boulevard, the roadway that leads to Mar-a-Lago, for much of the day Sunday.

"He loves us. He gets depressed when we're not here. And that's from inside information."

Others told CBS 12 News that Americans need to "wake up" to what they call the "damage" that's being done at the hands of the Biden Administration.

Trump arrived in the evening, his motorcade rolling past his supporters, then he took to his Truth Social platform to thank "all of the many people who greeted me on my way from the Airport to Mar-a-Lago."

One man said that if the former president is indicted in connection to documents seized from his home, it would further divide the country.

The former president also, on Truth Social, noted that he had a chance to check out the scene of "yet another government 'crime,' the FBI's Raid and Break-in of my home, Mar-a-Lago." He wrote that many agents took part and "they didn't even take off their shoes" in his bedroom.

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