since he saturday message Though he predicted Tuesday’s arrest never happened, the former president has posted more than 80 times on Truth Social, the Twitter clone he built after being kicked off that platform after the Jan. 6 Capitol riots. Reposted.
Most of Trump’s posts concern his anger at Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, who is overseeing the case against Trump. Stormy Danielsreal name Stephanie Clifford. event, event With Trump before the 2016 election.Trump admitted refund He sought payment from his attorney, Michael Cohen, but denied having sex with Daniels.
In a series of rambling, unsubstantiated posts that alternated between lowercase and uppercase messages, Trump attacked Bragg as a Democratic prosecutor who sought political revenge against him at the behest of stronger liberals.
“It’s unbelievable,” Trump wrote in one of the posts that seemed to symbolize how well he’s taken all of this. The man who presided over the largest wave of violent crime in New York City history is using the power of his office to persecute, prosecute, and prosecute the former president of the United States — no crime! The hunt is never over, but we will make America great again!!!”
Trump too repetition sought To link Bragg with billionaire George Soros Anti-Semitic Attacks on the Rightbut who Ties to DA seem weak.
Additionally, Trump previewed the claims his attorneys are expected to make if he is indicted. wrote Monday“More importantly, there was no crime!!!”
Expected Indictments Against Trump — What He Claims falsify business records to cover up another crime (This is likely a violation of federal election law) — typically a legal 5 year time limit from the date of the alleged conduct (i.e. 2016).
But prosecutors also said that under the law the defendant “been continuously out of this stateLike Trump, who lived in the White House and Florida for years.
Trump has also repeatedly attacked the nature of the lawsuits expected to be filed against him. highlight excerpt from wednesday New York Times story We analyzed an untested legal strategy of blending state and federal claims.