Former President Donald Trump said Tuesday that he plans to Submit New Evidence of 2020 “Presidential Election Fraud” in Georgia which he claimed will fully exonerate him and other defendants in the lengthy indictment filed Monday night.
In a post on Truth Social on Tuesday, Trump said he would present his “broad, complex, detailed but irrefutable” report at a news conference in Bedminster, New Jersey, next Monday.
“A large, complex, detailed but irrefutable report on the presidential electoral fraud that took place in Georgia is almost complete and I will present it at an important press conference,” the former president said through his social network.
Trump assured that this will be a “conclusive” report that will lead to the withdrawal of “all charges” against him and the other 18 defendants in this case.
“There will be a complete exoneration! They never went after those who rigged the election,” Trump said.
After more than two years of investigations led by prosecutor Fani Willis, a Georgia grand jury indicted the former president on Monday for trying to rig the results of the 2020 election in that state, where Democrat Joe Biden won by a narrow margin.
According to the charging document, the former president faces 13 charges, including violating Georgia’s anti-corrupt organizations law which, if confirmed, requires prison time.
Among those charged with the former president are his former personal lawyer and former New York mayor, Rudy Giuliani, and his former chief of staff Mark Meadows.
After breaking the news on Monday night, Trump assured that “the witch hunt continues” and called Willis “a very corrupt and out of control district attorney who campaigned and raised money under the slogan ‘I’m going to get Trump.’
In a statement, his campaign team trying to return him to the White House in the 2024 elections said that all “Democratic attempts” to remove Trump from the campaign “will fail.”
The one in Georgia was the fourth indictment for the former president and comes after two weeks ago he was indicted by a Washington DC grand jury on four charges for allegedly trying to reverse the result of the 2020 US elections, which culminated in the assault on the Capitol on January 6, 2021.
In addition, in New York Trump has been charged with 34 charges for alleged payments to the porn actress Stormy Daniels, with whom he had an “affair” in the past, to buy his silence during the 2016 election campaign.
And the other criminal case is in Florida, where he is accused of 40 counts of illegally stealing and keeping classified documents that he took from the White House in his Mar-a-Lago mansion.
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Source: La Opinion