Trump took to his social media platforms to accuse every prosecutor investigating him of conspiracy and posted memes asking Congress to drop the charges.
Trump posted on Truth Social:
Do you think AG Garland, and Deranged Jack Smith, understand that we are in the middle of a major political campaign for President of the United States? Have they seen the poll numbers recently? Why didn’t they come up with these ridiculous accusations years before – Why are they waiting to make them NOW – An almost unheard of scenario? THE PROSPERITY’S ERROR! ELECTION DISTURBANCE!
How many times has crooked Joe Biden’s DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, ALONG WITH THEIR LOCAL Democrat DA&AG’S, DELAYED HIS POLITICAL OPPOSITE DURING THE CAMPAIGN? DO THEY UNDERSTAND THE DAM DONE TO AMERICA? IT WILL ONLY WORSE. WE MUST STOP THESE “MONSTERS” TO DESTROY OUR COUNTRY FURTHER!
Trump then spends his evenings/mornings posting various memes about how Congress should stop his impeachment and how he will deal with it.
The eruptions from former presidents are part of a familiar pattern. When criminal charges came, the first thing Trump did was try to explain them through claims of molestation, conspiracy, or both.
Donald Trump also seems to see no difference between himself and the United States. To Trump, he is America. In his mind, when Trump was impeached, the country was at a loss.
No president is the United States. The presidency is a position in government, not an embodiment of the state. The president is not a king. The idea that the Republican Party floats to consolidate government power within the president is fundamentally undemocratic, and it is his contempt for democracy that fuels Trump’s anger at his legal woes.
Donald Trump does not think he should be held accountable, and this belief is most likely the motive behind his alleged criminal activities and why he does not believe any of this happened.
Jason is the managing editor. He is also the White House Press Pool and Congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a Bachelor of Political Science degree. His postgraduate work focuses on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements.
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