Trump asked if he expects to be taken out of Mar-a-Lago ‘in shackles’

Trump asked if he expects to be taken out of Mar-a-Lago ‘in shackles’
Trump asked if he expects to be taken out of Mar-a-Lago ‘in shackles’

Trump asked if he expects to be taken out of Mar-a-Lago ‘in shackles’, #Trump #ask #wait #MaraLago #shackles Welcome to OLASMEDIA TV NEWSThis is what we have for you today:

A right-wing radio host complained to Donald Trump about the January 6 caucus and speculated to Trump that Democrats wanted to see the former president imprisoned.

Wayne Allyn Root made the comment to Mr. Trump in an interview with the former president for his syndicated radio show. Wayne Allyn’s root program. His complaints centered on the recent arrest and indictment of Peter Navarro, a former trade adviser to Donald Trump, for contempt of Congress.

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“When a Peter Navarro is arrested, who is next? You?” asked Mr. Root. “Are they going to try to get you out of Mar-a-Lago in shackles? This is crazy!”

Trump did not react to the images of him in shackles, the same thing he said should happen to Hillary Clinton in 2016 when he criticized her for using a private email server at the State Department and falsely accused her of a litany of crimes. .

The 45th president has remained furious with the January 6 committee in recent days, as the panel’s investigation continues to uncover more testimony from those around him who told the committee how Trump pursued 2020 election conspiracies against him. your advice and warnings.

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He has infuriated the panel as an unfair smear campaign aimed at his political interests, including as members of his own family have appeared on camera in committee testimony to refute his claims of voter fraud.

Now, speculation has focused in recent days on whether Trump himself will face criminal charges for the assault on Congress. On Sunday, Republican Representative Adam Kinzinger said he believed the panel had already uncovered enough evidence to charge Trump with seditious conspiracy against the United States.

The Justice Department will have the final say on whether Trump will face criminal charges and, as of yet, has yet to indict any prominent individuals from the Trump administration or campaign in connection with Jan. 6.

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