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Trump warns of ‘big problems”If he is charged for improper handling of classified documents

Former President Donald Trump has warned that if he is charged on charge of improper handling of classified documents after leaving the White House, will be “problems in this country loves of which we may have never seen before.”

Trump, speaking on Thursday before conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt, added”I do not think, people of The United States will stand for It.”

hewitt, who is also writing columnist for The Washington Post then noted that critics would describe comment as incitement to violence, and he asked Trump to respond to this statement. “This is not incitement – I just say what my opinion is. I do not think that people of this country will stand for it,” Trump said.

Under pressure from Hewitt, Trump said what he thought would be “big problems, big problems”.

Federal agents conducted a court-sanctioned search of Trump club and residence on August 8, composed of of lengthy investigation into whether government documents – some of which are classified – were kept in Mar-a-Lago instead of returned to the National Archives.

The FBI investigation is latest legal pressure on trump, who is now facing increasing attention as criminal the probe is amplified. The investigation is looking into whether he or his former assistants took secret government documents and stored them improperly or never returned them. Trump’s lawyer claims that former the president cooperated with federal agencies and many of documents were covered by executive privilege.

In January 2021, Trump was impeached by the House of Representatives. on one charge of “incitement of insurrection” for his role in flogging up crowd of his supporters to stop Congress from counting of electoral college votes for Joe Biden. Crowd of Trump supporters storm the Capitol on January 6, 2021 to stop the account, attack resulting in five deaths and dozens injured of members of law enforcement agencies.

Trump’s comments came on Thursday hours before officials from the FBI and the Department of The Department of Homeland Security briefed Republicans and Democrats on Senate Judiciary Committee on Threats against federal officials. After the briefing, Senator Richard J. Durbin (D-Illinois), chairman of the committee, called Trump’s rhetoric dangerous.

“Inviting the Mafia to return to the streets is exactly what happened here. on January 6, 2021,” Durbin told reporters. Noticing that five people died like result of in attack and 149 law enforcement officers were injured that day, the senator said Trump’s “careless and inflammatory rhetoric has its consequences.”

In an interview with Hewitt, Trump also said he “wouldn’t have a ban against Run” for office if he was charged. “You wouldn’t have been taken out of in the arena,” Hewitt said, trying to clear things up. former the presidency. Trump replied, “No.”

In 1920, socialist Eugene W. Debs ran for for President from prisonwhere he was serving his term in Atlanta Federal Penitentiary for Speaking out against conscription during the First World War. Debs and his teammate Emil Seidel got 913,693 votes but how in his previous campaigns – no electoral votes.

Trump warning of problems echoed by Senator Lindsey O. Graham (RS.C.), who Fox News told last month that there will be ‘riots in in streetif Trump is held accountable. Trump seemed to back the idea, sharing a link to the video. of Graham’s comments on his social platform Pravda.

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Tyler Hromadka
Tyler Hromadka
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