The FBI executed a search warrant at Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago home Monday evening. The former Potus shared the news regarding the same in a lengthy social media post. He was photographed exiting the Trump Tower in New York City shortly after sharing that his home was "occupied by a large group of FBI Agents." So where is he now?

Trump could be headed anywhere, including Bedminster. The raid which was conducted in his absence has left him "as shocked as anybody," his daughter-in-law Lara Trump said, adding they'd spoken earlier that evening. She added that everyone at Mar-a-Lago was "cooperating with the FBI" with regard to the "documents that have been in question."

The raid came hours after Politico reported that a former federal prosecutor was representing the ex-president and talks were on with the DOJ about executive privilege issues as the department tightened its grip on the ongoing Capitol Hill Insurrection investigations.

Donald Trump's son Eric Trump claimed the current administration wanted to "attack Biden's greatest threat" with this raid that was reportedly conducted to investigate if any classified documents were brought to Mar-a-Lago by the ex-president while exiting the White House.

Trump had carried 15 boxes from the White House to Florida, all of which were returned to the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) in January this year. David Ferriero wrote to the Committee on Oversight and Reform in February that the NARA had identified items marked as classified national security information within those boxes.

Attorney General Merrick Garland had confirmed they had heard from NARA, adding, "we will do what we always do under these circumstances: look at the facts and the law and take it from there."

Eric said it was he who received the call about the raid after which he informed his father. "To have 30 FBI agents -- actually more than that -- descend on Mar-a-Lago, give absolutely, you know, no notice, go through the gates, start ransacking an office, ransacking a closet -- you know, they broke into a safe. He didn't even have anything in the safe. I mean, give me a break," he told Hannity.

In a display of solidarity, hordes of Trump supporters made a beeline for Mar-a-Lago following news of the raid. Mike Pence's former advisor Olivia Troye said Trump had enabled those lining up outside his current residence.

"Trump's comments about the raid at Mar-a-Lago were calculated—purposely painting himself as a martyr to undermine the FBI & DOJ—all while signaling a call to arms to his supporters. Fox News & many in the GOP are emboldening it. Far-right social media is buzzing w/ violence," she tweeted.

NBC reporter Ben Collins mirrored Troye's sentiment, tweeting, "The posts on these pro-Trump forums tonight are as violent as I've seen them since before Jan. 6. Maybe even more so."

Another tweet read, "Trump supporters taking time out of their evening to stand outside Mar-a-Lago and wave banners while his online fans openly plot violent insurrection after the FBI raided him is totally not evidence they're a fascist cult. No, certainly not. Nuh-uh."
"Trump supporters looking to do Insurrection 2: Mar-a-lago," wrote another.

Former U.S. President Donald Trump delivers remarks at the America First Policy Institute America First Agenda Summit in Washington, U.S., July 26, 2022.
Former U.S. President Donald Trump delivers remarks at the America First Policy Institute America First Agenda Summit in Washington, U.S., July 26, 2022. Reuters / SARAH SILBIGER