Donald Trump is vowing to stay in the 2024 race if he faces criminal charges

This was reported by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg warned against intimidation and threats ahead with possible criminal charges against Donald Trump next week.

“Our law enforcement partners will ensure that any specific or credible threat against the office is fully investigated and appropriate security measures are put in place to ensure that all 1,600 of us have a safe work environment,” Mr Bragg wrote in a message to his staff.

Mr. Trump predicted his an arrest that will take place on Tuesday in an angry letter Social post “Truth”. calling for protests to “take back our nation” how it portrays a violent vision of America in chaos.

It is reported that the law enforcement agencies are preparing for the fact that he may be charged with the fact of the hidden payment of money Stormy Daniels. A spokesman for Mr. Trump later clarified that there had been “no reports” of arrests or charges other than “illegal leaks” to news outlets.


House Republicans called Trump’s possible impeachment “one of the worst abuses of the justice system we’ve ever seen.”

U.S. Republican Rep. Byron Donalds told Fox News reporter Maria Bartirama on Sunday that the possibility of Donald Trump’s arrest is “one of the worst uses of the justice system we’ve ever seen.”

Neither Barthiram nor Donalds have yet an indictment or evidence on which to base these claims. The news about Trump’s “arrest” was announced by the former president himself. They also did not mention what Trump is accused of and what the case against him is.

Still, Donalds called Trump’s potential indictment evidence of the “psychic mentality of the criminal justice system,” which is “flatly wrong.”

“Simply going after your political opponent … doesn’t make you a pillar of virtue,” he added, echoing other baseless claims by prominent Republicans that Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg is conducting a politically motivated investigation.

Alex WoodwardMarch 19, 2023 3:06 p.m


Mike Pence is “seriously considering” running for president

Mike Pence, speaking to John Carl for ABC This week from the Iowa caucuses, said he was “getting closer” to announcing his candidacy for president.

“We’re taking it seriously … We’re getting a lot of encouragement,” he said.

“I think now is the time for all of us who care about this country to look at our role and get involved and make sure we elect the leadership that turns this country around in 2024 and beyond,” he added.

Alex WoodwardMarch 19, 2023 2:45 p.m


Mike Pence hoped Trump would “come around” to abandoning the Jan. 6 violence and false conspiracy theories. But “he doesn’t”

In an interview with the ABC TV channel This weekMike Pence has listened to an audio recording of Donald Trump effectively justifying threats against his vice president as he presided over the certification of the 2020 presidential election, which the former president falsely insists was rigged.

“There was no justification for the violence that took place. … I will never diminish him as long as I live,” Mr. Pence responded. “The president is wrong. He was wrong that day. I was really hoping it would come with time. … He didn’t do that.”

Trump surrounded himself with a “staff of legal advisers” who “led him astray.”

He said Trump’s continued baseless narrative is “one of the reasons the country is ready for a fresh start.”

Alex WoodwardMarch 19, 2023 at 2:27 p.m


GOP senator who declined to impeach Trump on Jan. 6 says decision ‘is now up to the courts’

Republican Sen. Mike Rounds has not said whether he regrets voting against impeachment against Donald Trump for inciting the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, a move that could have barred him from future public office.

He said that such a move is “now in the courts”.

When pressed by NBC Meet the press host Chuck Todd on whether he thought Trump’s call for supporters to protest his potential indictment and arrest was appropriate, Mr. Rounds said: “There’s a difference between a former president and what he did on January 6th … compared to an individual, today, with a request to come to the protest.”

Mr Todd asked Mr Rounds if he thought the rhetoric of Mr Trump – who is not just a person but is running for president in 2024 – was “inciting mistrust”.

“I don’t know if he’s inciting mistrust or not … He’s obviously following some leaks, apparently, coming out of the DA’s office, which shouldn’t be happening. But certainly you don’t want to have any threats to the implementation or attempts to implement justice,” Mr. Rounds said, noting that it was an individual or a former president.

The media previously reported that the ex-president may face possible criminal charges in New York; Trump has not publicly said whether law enforcement has informed him of any allegations. Later, his press secretary clarified that “there was no report” of such accusations or arrest plans.

But Trump seems to have been the only person to “spill” the news of his arrest. He made similar claims during a search by federal law enforcement of his property in Mar-a-Lago, Florida, announcing that the “raid” had been conducted before law enforcement did.

Alex WoodwardMarch 19, 2023 2:07 p.m


Fox & Friends Boosts Racist, Anti-Semitic Conspiracy Theory That George Soros Is Funding Trump Prosecution

The hosts of Fox & Friends suggested that black prosecutor Alvin Bragg is prosecuting Donald Trump at the expense of black lives killed by gun violence in New York, then suggested that Jewish billionaire philanthropist George Soros is the subject of countless far-right anti-Semitic conspiracy theories – financially supports Mr. Bragg’s investigation.

The host also made an anti-Semitic whistle, saying Mr Trump’s campaign was a “threat to the globalist agenda” and said Mr Bragg “must repay his master” by going after Mr Trump.

Alex WoodwardMarch 19, 2023 at 1:56 p.m


Full Version: Manhattan DA warns of threats to investigators after Trump calls for protests against upcoming arrest

In an internal memo from Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg to his staff, the office will not “tolerate attempts to intimidate our office or threaten the rule of law in New York.”

“Our law enforcement partners will ensure that any specific or credible threats against the office are fully investigated and appropriate safeguards are put in place to ensure that all 1,600 of us have a safe working environment,” he added.

His email did not mention Donald Trump by name, but referred to “public comments surrounding this office’s ongoing investigation.”

Alex WoodwardMarch 19, 2023 at 1:37 p.m


‘No one is above the law’: Critics slam Trump’s ‘reckless’ statement fueling impeachment riots

Donald Trump’s critics and activists condemned his inflammatory rhetoric and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s statement, as Republicans quickly came to the former president’s defense against possible criminal prosecution.

Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi also condemned Mr Trump’s “reckless” announcement of his arrest, which she said was used to “keep himself in the news and stir up unrest among his supporters” as he continues to use apocalyptic rhetoric around his campaign 2024 and potential criminal charges.

The Republican leader issued a statement accusing the Manhattan district attorney’s office of “egregious abuse of power” and announced that he would direct House committees to “immediately investigate whether federal funds are being used to undermine our democracy through election interference and politically motivated harassment.” .

The representative of the US Democratic Party, Ted Lew, responded to Mr. McCarthy’s suggestion that the New York prosecutor’s office was “undermining democracy” with its criminal investigation.

“Do you even know what the charges are? Have you seen any grand jury evidence? No,” Mr. Liew wrote. “You show yourself to be a cowardly party politician who does not respect the rule of law. In America, no one is above the law, including the person you kneel before.”

Alex WoodwardMarch 19, 2023 1:00 p.m


Manhattan prosecutor responds to Trump’s call for protest over indictment

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg responded to Donald Trump’s call for a protest ahead of possible criminal charges against the former president.

“Our law enforcement partners will ensure that any specific or credible threats against the office are fully investigated and appropriate safeguards are put in place to ensure that all 1,600 of us have a safe work environment,” Mr Bragg wrote to his office staff. to reports.

Read Mr. Bragg’s full statement below:

David TaintorMarch 19, 2023 12:55 p.m


Trump claims he is going to be impeached. What will happen next?

Donald Trump is now expected to be indicted by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, whose office reportedly took over the Stormy Daniels case and impaneled a grand jury to investigate as recently as January.

So what’s next in this unprecedented case?

Alex WoodwardMarch 19, 2023 12:00 p.m


Can Donald Trump be elected president if he is impeached?

What will happen to the 2024 race and Donald Trump’s ability to run if he is criminally indicted?

Short answer: not really.

The IndependentJohn Bowden explains:

Alex WoodwardMarch 19, 2023, 11:00 a.m

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