Is Donald Trump slowly moving toward a third indictment, because this time he attempted to adjust the outcome of the 2020 presidential election by seeking to get voters to “show up” for him, post-balloting, in Georgia?
On Tuesday, his fate was placed in the hands of a new grand jury set up by the judge of this southern state. The citizens’ group could decide to bring one or more charges against the former president of the United States, thus lengthening the list of indictments that now accompany the populist’s third attempt at the White House.
Since the beginning of the year, the politician, who regularly spouts lies, demagoguery and tyranny, has been charged by a New York court with paying a bribe intended to silence a witness in a morals story. He also appeared before a federal judge in Florida, because he illegally kept classified documents at his private residence in Mar-a-Lago. These documents, which could jeopardize the security of the United States, also traveled with the former president, who showed some of them to guests who did not have the required security clearance during a meeting on his golf course. New Jersey.
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