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BREAKING: Trump Arrested And Indicted In Washington?


This is unbeliveable!

It appears that Donald Trump is about to get indicted for a THIRD time thanks to Biden!

Lawyers representing former President Trump held a meeting with Special Counsel Jack Smith and his team in Washington D.C. Thursday. The meeting took place amid speculations that Trump might face a federal indictment in connection with the Jan. 6 investigation. On the same day, a federal grand jury was expected to convene in Washington, further fueling the anticipation of a potential indictment.

Trump, who is currently leading the 2024 GOP presidential primary field, had recently disclosed that he received a target letter from the Justice Department, which also requested his appearance before the federal grand jury. He expressed his belief that an arrest and indictment were likely. During a Fox News town hall with Sean Hannity, Trump voiced his concern that this situation amounted to interference with the election, characterizing the DOJ’s actions as a weapon for the Democrats and a disgrace to the country.


Special Counsel Jack Smith’s investigation centers on whether Trump or other officials and entities impeded the peaceful transfer of power following the 2020 presidential election, particularly in relation to the certification of the Electoral College vote on Jan. 6, 2021.

The Jan. 6 incident saw pro-Trump rioters breaching the U.S. Capitol during the joint session of Congress, which was certifying the Electoral College results in favor of President Biden. Subsequently, the House of Representatives drafted articles of impeachment against Trump, resulting in his unprecedented second impeachment on a charge of inciting an insurrection. However, the Senate acquitted him, preventing him from being barred from holding federal office again, which would have affected any potential 2024 White House run.

In June, Trump faced an indictment stemming from Smith’s investigation into his alleged improper retention of classified records after leaving the presidency. Trump pleaded not guilty to 37 charges, including willful retention of national defense information, conspiracy to obstruct justice, and false statements. This indictment marked the first time in U.S. history that a former president faced federal criminal charges.