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Former President Donald Trump is facing life in prison at the hands of Biden's Department of Justice after being indicted on 37 counts in relation to the alleged mishandling of government records.
As the NY Times noted yesterday, this indictment marks "the first time in American history that a former president has faced federal charges."
"It puts the nation in an extraordinary position, given Mr. Trump's status not only as a onetime chief executive but also as the front-runner for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination to face President Biden, whose administration will now be seeking to convict his potential rival."
The indictment is nakedly political.
From USA Today, "Donald Trump indictment unsealed: Detailing the charges the former president faces":
Donald Trump and one of his Mar-a-Lago staffers, personal valet Walt Nauta, were charged with dozens of counts of allegedly violating eight federal statutes related to the handling of classified documents after the former president left the White House, according to the 44-page indictment unsealed Friday.*Cue laugh track*
We have one set of laws and they only apply to enemies of the regime. Those laws will be stretched to the end of the earth to jail opponents of the regime and our jury system will be blatantly rigged to secure convictions.
It came out on Thursday that the feds allegedly tried to intimidate Nauta and his lawyer to secure their cooperation.
From The Guardian, "Lawyer for Trump valet in Mar-a-Lago documents case alleges misconduct":
The lawyer for Donald Trump's valet, under scrutiny in the Mar-a-Lago documents investigation, has submitted court papers describing a meeting at which a top federal prosecutor brought up his application to be a judge when they tried to gain the valet's cooperation last year, according to three people familiar with the matter.If the laws were applied equally in this country Attorney General Merrick Garland and his criminal clique would all be prison.
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