Former President Donald Trump said on Friday his indictment was intended to distract him from the “bad publicity” surrounding allegations that Hunter and Joe Biden were involved in a bribery scheme. .
After special counsel Jack Smith secured 37 indictments against Trump in June, Trump secured four indictments over efforts to challenge the results of the 2020 election. He pleaded not guilty to all charges in an arraignment on Thursday. Regarding the investigation into the suspicion of confidential documents. The indictment comes after Hunter Biden’s former business partner Devon Archer told House Oversight Committee investigators that then-Vice President Joe Biden had “talked about business deals more than 20 times” with his son Hunter. It was announced the day after he said, (Related: Trump jokes he needs ‘one more indictment’ to win election)
“His minions indict me because every time something big happens, they want to erase the bad publicity,” Trump told attendees at a dinner hosted by the Republican Party in Alabama. They made separate charges, or charges specifically. It’s called a cover-up, and what they’re doing is illegal and horrible. Every time a Radical Left, a Democrat, a Marxist Communist, a Fascist indicts me, I consider it a really great medal of honor. because I am being prosecuted for you. Thank you very much, thank you very much. “
Hunter Biden Pleads Not Guilty Of All Charges After U.S. District Judge Merielen Noreika Dismissed Both The First Plea Deal And A More Limited Amendment On July 26, And The Plea Deal Collapsed bottom. The next day, he revealed the new charges in a replacement indictment. Carlos de Oliveira is a maintenance worker at former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Florida mansion.
“At the end of the day, they’re not chasing me, they’re chasing you. I just happen to get in their way and I’m never going to leave,” Trump told attendees. told to “I will never let them do that. Bring me back to the White House and their reign will end and America will be a free country again.”
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