Donald Trump, undeterred by his recent indictment, has promised to release an “irrefutable” report on alleged election fraud in Georgia. Trump believes this evidence will not only exonerate him, but also vindicate the 18 people associated with his campaign.
The recent indictment marks the fourth time Trump has faced charges in Georgia on charges related to challenging the integrity of the 2020 election.
President Trump used his Truth Social platform to announce an upcoming press conference. Scheduled to take place at his residence in Bedminster, New Jersey, this conference will follow what is expected to be his first court appearance in Georgia this Friday.
Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis filed a 41-count indictment Monday, alleging “violations of Georgia law” that amount to a “criminal conspiracy” to challenge the state’s election results.
Trump responded in an email to supporters on Tuesday, calling Willis: “An openly partisan prosecutor whose anti-Trump leanings were so pronounced that even outlets like CNN raised eyebrows at his credibility has chosen to accuse me despite the absence of any crime.”.
More from the email: “This is the FOURTH attempt by the Democrats to interfere in the election, with the clear intention of consolidating Biden’s grip on the presidency and sidelining his most formidable challenger in 2024.”
The email continued: “Remember that just prior to the announcement of my 2024 campaign, Biden openly expressed on national television his intention to thwart any possibility of my return to power.”
Trump was indicted along with these associates: Rudy Giuliani, John Eastman, Mark Meadows, Ken Cheseboro, Jeffrey Clark, Jenna Ellis, Ray Smith III, Robert Cheeley, Michael Roman, David Shafer, Shawn Still, Stephen Lee, Harrison Floyd, Trevian Kutti, Sidney Powell, Cathleen Latham, Scott Hall and Misty Hampton. Read it in full accusation here.
Fulton County Prosecutor Fani Willis reads the politically motivated indictments pic.twitter.com/TDJQmSxfEg
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