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Eric Trump Says FBI Raid Tapes Will ‘Absolutely’ Be Released ‘At The Right Time’

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Eric Trump, the second son of the former president, said his family is in possession of the FBI Mar-a-Lago raid surveillance tapes, and that the footage will “absolutely” be released “at the right time.”

“Will you—you still have the surveillance tape, is that correct? Will you—are you allowed to share that with the country?” Fox News host Sean Hannity asked Eric Trump on Monday.

“Absolutely, Sean. At the right time,” Eric Trump replied, adding that all law enforcement officers, including FBI agents, should wear body cameras for transparency reasons.


According to Eric Trump, the FBI agents, searching Donald Trump’s Florida resort, had asked the surveillance cameras to be off – a request that he claims was made to cover up improper behavior.

Eric Trump also told DailyMail.com in a recent interview that the FBI was raiding parts of the residence that they were not authorized to access.

Eric also reiterated what Christina Bobb, one of the former president’s lawyers, already said last week about security cameras being on at the Florida home during most of the FBI search on Monday, August 8.

According to what Bobb told the right-wing media network Real America’s Voice last week, surveillance cameras were off for a short time while the FBI agents talked to Donald Trump’s legal team, but that the Trump family had seen “the whole thing”—the FBI raid—from New York through surveillance video.

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