Faced with pressure from the judiciary, Trump sets US politics on fire

Faced with pressure from the judiciary, Trump sets US politics on fire

donald trump He is in the middle of the media scene. He has spent several years in silence after leaving office as president and, like the rest of the world, has remained isolated by the pandemic. Within days, the former US President saw the FBI ransack his home in Mar-a-Lago, Fla., and then moved to New York to face prosecution for questioning.

This came only after a presentation he made at an Aug. 6 appearance at a Conservative convention in Dallas, where he delivered a radical speech defending the issues that concern him most and once again identifying himself as a major victim positioned.

At the same time, a judge signed an order for the FBI to search his Florida mansion after committing at least three felonies. Everything that has happened since has prompted the Republican Party and its most staunch supporters to turn to him for support in what many have dismissed as harassment. Now Trump is getting the attention he needs to set the stage for the 2024 election, in which he plans to run for president again.

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Now we meet them most explosive version of Donald Trump, who flouts the laws and institutions, which he demonstrated already at the end of his term by supporting, albeit not officially confirmed, the attack on the Capitol, but also refusing to accept the victory Joe Biden in the 2021 elections.

This Trump presents himself as a victim and exploits the lies that are circulating on social networks. He also promotes conspiracy theories and claims that the Justice Department fabricated false evidence against him in order to corner him politically. The fire set by Trump caused one of his supporters identified as Ricky Schiffer, attacked the FBI office in Ohio, for which he ended up dying. The riot was also deadly for the judge who signed the search warrant. Bruce Reinhartwho has received anti-Semitic threats and insults.

For his part, the President Joe Biden He has remained silent, trying to dodge Trump’s fire. With this maneuver he avoids confrontation and society’s perception of it as a political case. While Biden wants to avoid that at all costs US polarization, Trump continues to feed false reports and lies, assuring, for example, that the FBI did nothing about it Barack Obamawhich by the end of his tenure contained “33 million pages of documents, many of them classified”. Of course, there is no evidence to support this, and even the National Archives denied it.” The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) assumed sole legal and physical custody of President Barack Obama’s presidential records after he left office in 2017.

Trump wants to run for the 2024 presidential election, a challenge he is taking on as the negotiator that he is. At the moment he seems to be feeling the winds, thanks to his party’s excessive support, which not only manages to shake the foundations but also seems to secure some great funding for the election campaign. The governor of Florida Rum De Santisor the senator from Texas, ted cruz, who thought of running for election, will have a very difficult time getting over the Trump fire. Only serious legal problems could separate the former president from his political ambitions. @worldwide