Donald Trump Signed the Law That Triggered Mar-a-Largo Raid

This week Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago compound was raided by the FBI looking for classified government documents. 

In an amazing plot twist it was Trump who signed a bill into law making his actions a felony.

Political Wire reports
Donald Trump signed a bill into law in January 2018 “that included a provision increasing the punishment for knowingly removing classified materials with the intent to retain them at an ‘unauthorized location,'” the HuffPost reports.
“Previously, someone found guilty of this crime could face up to one year in prison… Now, a person convicted of violating this law can face up to five years in prison ― making it a felony-level offense to mishandle classified documents under 18 U.S.C. 1924.”