Donald Trump will “fight harder” on his way to a possible White House tour in 2024 for acquitting a lawyer for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign in a case brought by the FBI.
Residents voted on November 3, 2020 at Eisenhower Elementary School in Flint, Michigan. The United States voted in a referendum election on Donald Trump’s extraordinary presidency on Tuesday and called on Democratic rival and leader Joe Biden, Americans, to end the restoration of “our democracy.”
“If anything, I want to fight even harder,” former president told Fox News Digital. “If we do not win, our country will be destroyed. We have bad borders, bad choices and a legal system that is not working well.”
Trump defeated Clinton in 2016, but lost to Joe Biden in 2020, a defeat he would not accept, claiming it was due to election fraud. These lies inspired a deadly attack on the US Capitol on January 6, 2021, by supporters who told Trump to “fight like hell.” The Senate’s bilateral report brought together seven people who had died in the riots. More than 800 people have been accused, some – members of the far-right militia – of outrageous conspiracy. The House Selection Committee will hold public hearings.
Trump was charged with inciting the uprising, but was acquitted, forcing him to go to office. With the legal risk of his attempts to return to the election and his business activities, he said he would decide to go to this year’s half-yearly elections.
The strength of Trump’s grip on the Republican Party was called into question after the great defeats of the candidates he supported. But it remained popular on a party basis. Democrats and other observers are sounding the alarm that Trump’s loyalists want to replace key election officials in the swing states.
Clinton’s lawyer, Michael Sussmann, was accused of lying to the FBI when he sent information focused on Trump’s suspicions and ties to Russia. He was acquitted on Tuesday.
The case is the first lawsuit conducted by special lawyer John Durham since his appointment three years ago to find abuse in the investigation into Russia and Trump. Trump’s supporters are looking in Durham for an explanation of what they think is wrong with the FBI.
The court is examining whether Sussmann, a cybersecurity lawyer and former federal prosecutor, hid from the FBI that he represented the Clinton campaign when he presented data that he said showed a possible backchannel between Russia-based Alfa Bank and the Trump Organization.
The FBI has found no suspicious contact. Former Attorney General James Baker said he was “100% sure,” Sussmann told him he did not represent the client. The plaintiffs claim that Sussmann did work for the Clinton campaign and another entity.
Sussmann’s lawyers denied lying and said that even if he made a false statement, it was irrelevant because the FBI was already investigating Russia and Trump.
Trump made a big conspiracy. In an interview with Fox News Digital, he said: “They are following my campaign. They got caught. If a Republican would have done that, and the obvious steps forward, it would be a virtual death penalty.”
He also said: “This was totally illegal. What they did was treason, and it also put our country in a lot of danger with Russia.”
Robert Mueller, the special counsel who investigated Trump and Russia, did not find evidence of direct collusion. He did lay out extensive evidence of contacts between Trump aides and Moscow, and he indicted or received guilty pleas from 34 people and three companies, and detailed 11 incidences of possible obstruction of justice by Trump or his campaign.
Trump asked: “Where do you get your reputation back?”
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