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USA. Donald Trump is due to appear before a grand jury. More charges are expected

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Donald Trump announced on Tuesday that he was under investigation for the events surrounding the storming of the Capitol. The former president is due to appear before a grand jury in four days. He suggested that further criminal charges would be brought against him.

“Deranged Jack Smith, prosecutor of the DOJ [Departamentu SprawiedliwoĹ›ci] Joe Bidensent a letter (it was a Sunday night!) stating that I was the target of a grand jury investigation on January 6, and giving me a very short four days to appear before a grand jury, which almost always means being arrested and charged,” he wrote Trump on his social network TRUTH Social.


In a lengthy statement he posted, he said that he was once again the victim of political persecution and this is another “election interference”, indicating that he may be an opponent of President Biden in next year’s election. At the same time, he maintained his false theses about electoral irregularities.

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“This is a very sad and dark time for our nation,” he said.

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Accusations against Trump

Trump has so far been indicted in two cases, one involving his payment of silence to porn star Stormy Daniels, brought by the New York State Attorney’s Office, and the other, related to the keeping of documents containing state secrets in his home, brought by specially appointed independent prosecutor Jack Smith .

Smith is also investigating the January 6 events and Trump’s attempts to alter the election results. Additionally, Trump is under investigation by the Georgia state’s attorney’s office, which is investigating his pressure on local authorities to overturn the state’s election results.

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As in previous cases, the White House declined to comment on the case, citing the independence of the prosecution and its policy of not commenting on ongoing investigations.


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