After corroborating that there is a fourth accusation against him, this time in Georgia for trying to annul the results of the 2020 state elections, Donald Trump expressed that these are unfounded accusations in a “dark period for the country” being governed by Joe Biden.
“19 people were charged, and Everyone is laughing at America when they see how corrupt and horrible a place has turned out to be under the leadership of the corrupt Joe Biden.” expressed the former president during an interview with Fox News.
According to Fani Willis, Fulton County District Attorney, the indictment against Trump involves 13 counts, including violating state extortion law, soliciting a public official to violate his or her oath, conspiring to impersonate a public official, conspiring to commit forgery in the first degree, and conspiring to produce false documents.
However, the 77-year-old politician insisted on pointing to the magistrate who has been investigating his case for more than two years like a corrupt person.
“The racist and corrupt district attorney for Fulton County, which has become the murder capital of the world with one of the highest levels of violent crime anywhere in our country, he just opened a fundraising site to benefit from the things he campaigned for the most on, ‘I’m Gonna Get Donald Trump. This is a continuation of the largest and longest-running witch hunt in American history.“, he pointed.
Likewise, the New York millionaire recommended that the prosecutor change the focus of the investigation carried out.
“It should focus on the people who rigged the 2020 presidential election, not on those who are demanding an answer about what happened,” emphasized.
Through a press conference, Fani Willis gave Trump and the other 18 defendants until August 25 to surrender and also announced that His intention is to start the trial within six months, which would tie in with the Republican Party’s presidential primaries.
In this regard, Trump indicated that he will organize a conference on Monday, August 21, where he will delve into his legal situation.
Source: La Opinion