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Trump’s Team Meets with Special Counsel Jack Smith Ahead of Potential January 6th Indictment

Trump Eager for ‘Trial of the Century’ as Potential Indictment Looms


The legal team representing the 45th President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, is scheduled to hold a meeting with special counsel Jack Smith on Thursday.

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There is growing anticipation of another indictment against Trump, this time related to his efforts to uncover irregularities in the 2020 election. According to The New York Times, federal prosecutors working under Smith’s guidance are making progress towards possibly indicting Trump.

This stems from his actions leading up to and on January 6th, as well as his subsequent statements regarding the election.

Earlier this morning, Trump’s attorneys arrived at Mr. Smith’s offices in Washington D.C., as reported by ABC News. It is noteworthy to mention that President Trump received a ‘target letter’ on July 16th, which indicated the likelihood of him facing charges.

The investigation, led by Smith, focuses on allegations of ‘election interference.’ In response, Trump expressed his concerns on Truth Social, stating that he received ‘horrifying news for our Country’ from his attorneys.

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“So now, Joe Biden’s Attorney General, Merrick Garland, who I turned down from the United States Supreme Court (in retrospect, based on his corrupt and unethical actions, a very wise decision!), together with Joe Biden’s Department of Injustice, have effectively issued a third Indictment and Arrest of Joe Biden’s NUMBER ONE POLITICAL OPPONENT, who is largely dominating him in the race for the Presidency. Nothing like this has ever happened in our country before or even close,” Trump wrote.

Trump and other prominent Republicans have characterized this potential indictment as a form of election interference. Some commentators, like Timcast’s Tim Pool, have even speculated that the ultimate goal could be to prevent Trump from appearing on the 2024 ballot, drawing comparisons to the prosecution of Couy Griffin in New Mexico.

Griffin was subsequently removed from county office under the 14th Amendment’s insurrection clause, becoming the first person barred from holding office under this amendment since the post-civil War era.

Tim Pool discussed this on YouTube, stating that if Trump is indicted on January 6th charges, which are being viewed as an ‘insurrection,’ it could result in his removal from the ballot. Pool hinted that this unconventional situation might create a pathway for Ron DeSantis.

He also noted the irony that a provision designed to prevent insurrectionists from entering government could potentially lead to a modern-day civil war.

Benny Johnson echoed a similar sentiment on Twitter, suggesting that the Department of Justice is indicting Trump under the notion of ‘insurrection’ due to the implications of the 14th Amendment.

This amendment states that individuals engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the United States cannot hold federal office. Johnson believes this is the motive behind the false charge against Trump.

In a recent post on Truth Social, Trump expressed his eagerness for a full trial, as it could provide an opportunity to shed light on what he perceives as the truth of the 2020 election. He seemed enthusiastic about the potential spectacle it could become, referring to it as ‘The Trial of the Century!’


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