Sunday, September 24

Trump’s Truth Social suggested that the FBI may have been killed during an arrest attempt.

On February 21, 2022, in Washington, DC, former President Donald Trump is shown standing next to a phone screen that displays the Truth Social app.

NBC News reported that the social media company of ex-President Donald Trump tipped off the FBI in March about threats made by a Utah man who was fatally shot by FBI agents while they were trying to arrest him for threatening to kill President Joe Biden.

A senior law enforcement official informed NBC that Truth Social had alerted the FBI after Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg Jr. was threatened with murder by Craig Deleeuw Robertson.

Trump is being prosecuted by Bragg for supposedly falsifying business documents regarding a 2016 hush money payment made to Stormy Daniels.

Robertson, who was reportedly approached by FBI agents at his Provo home on Wednesday morning, was fatally shot after failing to comply with their commands, as reported by a senior official.

He was being arrested by agents in accordance with a federal criminal complaint that accused him of making death threats against Biden, Bragg, and FBI agents.

Robertson was killed just hours before Biden made a trip to Utah.

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