The FBI has not commented on the search of former President Donald Trump's home.

However, some details of the search have become known.

According to APA, some time ago the National Archives of the United States demanded the return of 15 boxes of documents that Trump took with him when he left office.

These included top secret documents, a map and folders on North Korea.

According to a law passed in 1978, when the president's term of office ends, he must turn over all documents to the archives for safekeeping.

The National Archives filed a lawsuit over Trump's removal of the documents.


The US Federal Bureau of Investigation searched the house of former President Donald Trump.

According to APA, Trump himself informed about this.

"There was no need for this unannounced search," the former president said.

However, Trump did not say what the reason for the search was.