Washington: In the eyes of his critics, he could have done no better if he had just handed the handcuffs to me law enforcement And they stretched out his hands. Under the headline “The Dumbest Crimes Imaginable,” one commenter said “we knew she was going to be bad,” but no one imagined she would be a criminal.
Even his supporters are aghast. “Every time he opens his mouth it increases his chances of going to jail,” said Alan Dershowitz, a Harvard law professor and legal scholar who has defended Trump on occasions in one interview.
So what is the 49-page indictment from the Department of Justice causing jaw-dropping even among some of his supporters?
In one of the cases cited in the indictment, Trump undermines his claim that he declassified classified documents he took from the White House that he says were a plan from the general. Mark MilleyChairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff to attack Iran. “Look, as president I could have declassified that,” he said, waving documents as his aides laughed. “Now I can’t, you know, but it’s still a secret.”

In another, he showed a secret map to a political activist and said, “He should not show the map…and not come close.” Elsewhere, he tells his lawyers, “Wouldn’t it be better if we just told them we don’t have anything here?”
All of this is accompanied by photographic evidence that shows boxes of secret documents scattered throughout his bathroom and ballroom in his home Mar-a-Lago residencein the eyes of many analysts, put Trump in deep trouble.
In a short clinical briefing, Attorney General John Smith, maintaining that Trump is innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt, lays out a powerful case against the former president, saying misuse of classified information has endangered the security of the United States and the lives of service personnel and intelligence. officers.
Members of the military and intelligence community are “dedicating their lives to protecting our nation and its people,” he said, calling the Defense Information Acts “crucial to the safety and security of the United States,” adding that “violations of those laws have put our country at risk.”
Responding to Trump’s repeated argument that a president, current or former, is inviolable and should not be subject to criminal charges, Smith asserted, “Adherence to the rule of law is a fundamental tenet of the Department of Justice. Our nation’s commitment to the rule of law is setting an example for the world. We have one set of The laws are in this country and they apply to everyone.”
Trump’s response? Smith is a “psychopath” and a “Trump hater”.
The former president is scheduled to address state Republican caucuses on Saturday in Georgia and North Carolina, where he is expected to step up the attacks. He also encouraged his supporters to gather on Tuesday in Miami, where he is scheduled to appear in court.
“See you in Miami on Tuesday!!!” He posted late Friday on his platform Truth Social, in an ominous reminder of his message on Dec. 19, 2020, when he tweeted, “Big protest in D.C. Jan. 6. Be there, it’s going to be wild!”


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