Is Donald Trump Officially Under Criminal Investigation – Washington Post
Is Donald Trump Officially Under Criminal Investigation – Washington Post – Donald Trump may face criminal charges for trying to reverse the 2020 election Trump was unable to win.
The US Justice Department is investigating the actions of the president’s one-term term as part of an investigation into criminal conduct as reported by The Washington Post.
White House officials have been interrogated, including former Vice Chief of staff Marc Short, who was a witness on Monday during the inquiry into the attack that took place on Capitol Hill in the US Capitol on January 6 the 6th of January.
Prosecutors have interrogated witnesses regarding conversations they had with Trump as well as his attorneys, as well as other people close to him between January 2021 and December 2020.
They’re also asking regarding his directives on his legal team, which include Rudy Giuliani, as well as his advisors on fake electors in addition to the pressure Pence placed on Pence to overturn the outcome.
The news report came just only hours after Trump was back in Washington, DC, for his first speech time since his departure from the White House. White House.
In his keynote address at the America First Policy Institute’s America First Agenda Summit, Trump took aim at the Biden administration’s policies and actions.
He stated: “We’re in a totally different culture due to one main reason: There’s no respect for law and there’s certainly no rule of law.
“Our country has become an unending swath of criminality. There is suffering, blood and even death on a scale that was previously unimaginable due to the Democratic Party’s attempt to destroy and undermine police forces… This has to end and must be stopped immediately.’
Trump has teased about a possible bid for the presidential nomination in 2024. He stopped making a formal announcement about his candidacy. He teased a plan that could use to use the National Guard against cities with high levels of criminality.
In the event of a genuine breach of law and order the federal government could and should dispatch National Guard without waiting for the approval of a governor who believes it’s not politically correct and therefore unconstitutional,’ said Trump.
“The next president should dispatch his National Guard to the most hazardous areas of Chicago to ensure that safety is restored.’