Donald Trump Faces New Charges in Multiple Jurisdictions
- Donald Trump predicted his own arrest in New York and his lawyers filed a new attack in Georgia Court
- Trump’s side lost another blow in the classified documents case in D.C.
- New York could move first on a case of falsifying business records, which is not a violent insurrection
- Never Trump and Bill Crystal questioned this business record case, as it is hard to convict him 6 years later for something 8 years prior
- False business records charges are the bread and butter of the New York DA’s office and hold powerful people to account
- Dan Horowitz, former Manhattan Assistant DA, confirms it is a serious crime that usually involves witnesses and documents
- The false record must be linked to other crimes such as tax fraud or criminal campaign statute violations, which implicate public trust.
Trump Facing Legal Trouble: Potential for Criminal Indictment Looms
- Donald Trump has been facing legal trouble since the 1970s and has recently been talking about being arrested
- The New York Times reported that Trump is considering how to style any commotion if he were to be arrested
- According to standard procedure in New York, a perp walk is unlikely if his arraignment is cooperative
- Trump has thrown parties at Mar-A-Lago where he DJ’d and some of his aides believe he may not understand the severity of criminal indictment
- Trump is also asking his supporters for donations in light of the potential indictment.
Former Executive, Watergate Prosecutor Analyze Trumps Attempt to Brand Situation
- Trump’s former executive Barbara Res and Watergate prosecutor Nick Ackerman discussed Trump’s potential walk and his attempt to “brand” the situation
- Ackerman noted that Trump typically uses “positive thinking” to cope with negative situations while Res added that Trump is in a state of denial
- Res noted that Trump grasped the idea of not letting negative things be negative
- Ackerman suggested that it may be hard for Trump to brand this situation since he lacks control due to prosecutors and a jury, but Res believes he has already done it
- Georgia lawyers recently came on MSNBC to make their defense against a legal case involving Trump.
Donald Trumps Legal Battle Over Election Fraud Claims
- Donald Trump’s lawyer argued that his client did not break any laws
- The foreperson of the grand jury was supported by the presiding judge in her statements to the press
- Donald Trump had lied about election fraud from the beginning
- And when asked whether Donald Trump had lost Georgia, the lawyer refused to make a political statement.