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Donald Trump vows to sue Joe Biden if elected in 2024

Donald Trump vows to sue Joe Biden if elected in 2024

Donald Trump, who has been indicted in two cases, is threatening on his social network to sue the current White House resident, who he has accused for months of orchestrating “election interference” ahead of the 2024 presidential election.

Take back power, but not only. Presidential candidate Donald Trump wants to return to the White House, which he occupied from 2017 to 2021. If elected, the Republican billionaire also wants to continue his vendetta against the current President of the United States, Joe Biden.

If he wins in 2024, Donald Trump promised in an all-caps social media post on Monday that he would appoint a “special prosecutor” to prosecute Joe Biden and his family.

Donald Trump has accused the Democrats, who lost the 2020 presidential election, of being at the start of various investigations targeting him. According to Republicans, the lawsuits are a way for Joe Biden to undermine his main opponent’s chances in the race for the White House.

The former Republican Party leader was criminally charged in a case dating back to 2016: He was accused of $130,000 for pornographic actress and director Stormy Daniels. The payment came from his first presidential campaign fund. Which is illegal.

Donald Trump is being targeted by federal justice. The billionaire announced his indictment in the White House archives case last week. The former president was accused of taking classified documents with him when he left in 2017 and refused to return them after repeated requests from authorities.

Both cases are historic: Neither former president of the United States has been charged criminally or federally.

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A speech this Tuesday

In both cases, Donald Trump has maintained his “innocence” and condemned “fraud” and “election interference” planned by “thugs” ahead of the 2024 presidential election. He announced himself as a candidate for it.

The former president will speak Tuesday (Tuesday to Wednesday night Paris time) after appearing in a Miami court in the White House archives case.

Donald Trump is probably not done with legal troubles. A Georgia attorney actually has until September to announce the outcome of an investigation into pressure that tried to change the outcome of the 2020 presidential election.

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