Melania Trump buys new underwear after FBI's Mar-a-Lago raid as she 'felt violated'

The FBI raided Donald Trump's Florida home as part of a federal investigation into the former president.

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The former First Lady Melania Trump has said she bought new underwear after the FBI’s Mar-a-Lago raid as she “felt violated”.

The FBI raided Donald Trump's Florida home as part of a federal investigation into the former president.

“Melania doesn’t like the idea of strangers going rifling through her things. Who knows who touched her underwear during the raid? She's never going to feel comfortable wearing those ever again,

“Most people don’t know that Melania is a bigger germaphobe than her husband. She hates people touching her and certainly doesn’t want to put on lingerie that FBI agents have had their hands all over.” a friend said speaking to Radar.

The source continued that the former First Lady felt violated by the search, which included her bedroom and closet.

The FBI raided Donald Trump's Florida home as part of a federal investigation into the former president.
The FBI raided Donald Trump's Florida home as part of a federal investigation into the former president.

"This is her home. It’s her bedroom. Even her husband isn’t allowed in her bedroom,”

“Even if they wore gloves, it is still strangers going through your underwear draws. She has already bought new underwear and thrown everything that has been contaminated away,"

Speaking on Truth Social, Donald Trump said "We were essentially attacked. We were broken into,"

“They opened up safes, they brought safecrackers in. They brought many, many FBI agents in, all right before the midterms and all when I have the best poll numbers I've ever had."

A federal court in West Palm Beach on Friday unsealed more documents tied to the FBI's search of former President Donald Trump's Florida home.

One of the records provides more detail about the 33 boxes and other items the FBI found inside Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate, as part of its ongoing criminal investigation into whether he illegally retained national defence information and tried to obstruct the probe.

A redacted FBI photograph of documents and classified cover sheets recovered from a container stored in former U.S. president Donald Trump's Florida estate, and which was included in a U.S. Department of Justice filing and released.
A redacted FBI photograph of documents and classified cover sheets recovered from a container stored in former U.S. president Donald Trump's Florida estate, and which was included in a U.S. Department of Justice filing and released.

It shows that documents with classification markings were mixed with other items such as books, magazines and clippings from newspapers.

In addition to records labeled as "top secret," "secret" and "confidential," there were also empty folders.

Some empty folders had a banner marked "classified", while others indicated that they should be "returned to staff secretary/military aide".