(NationalUSNews.com) — Former President Donald Trump is the subject of multiple indictments from multiple states, including New York, Florida, and Washington D.C. Trump is indicted on numerous federal and state offenses and will likely face trial for these criminal charges at some point during his presidential campaign.
Trump is now facing another indictment from the state of Georgia. The latest indictment against the former president alleges Trump of racketeering and conspiracy, bringing 13 new criminal charges against him. The former President is now accused of using his position as the president to interfere with the 2020 election results and demanding the Governor of Georgia, Brian Kemp, help him overturn the 2020 election results.
Despite the mounting evidence against him, Trump remains confident that he is innocent of any alleged criminality and that he’ll be found innocent by a jury once his trials begin. Trump’s ongoing legal battles remain the focus of many GOP presidential candidates, who feel that Trump’s criminal accusations will negatively impact the Republican Party’s standing amongst citizens. Despite the various calls from other candidates to drop out of the presidential race, Trump confirmed that he’ll continue his campaign even if convicted of a crime.
Trump isn’t the only person indicted in Georgia, as 18 people were also indicted for aiding the former president in his alleged criminal acts. Among the other people charged alongside Trump are his former attorney, Rudy Giuliani, and Mark Meadows, Trump’s former chief of staff. The indictment brings the number of criminal counts against the former president to 91 different charges, raising the chances of Trump being convicted. Despite Trump’s growing legal challenges, his campaign remains confident that the former president will secure the Republican nomination and the victory in next year’s election.
Other politicians commented on the latest indictment against Donald Trump, including Hillary Clinton, who claimed she felt “sadness” due to the constant accusations the former president faces. Trump repeatedly accused Clinton of her criminal acts but failed to substantiate his claims during his administration. Despite the continuous criticisms, Trump remains adamant that he is innocent and is being subjected to an biased legal process due to his political philosophy.
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