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‘Total Exoneration’: Trump Celebrates In The Third-Person After No ‘Mention’ Of Him In Redacted Georgia Grand Jury Report



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Donald Trump on Thursday took to his social media site to celebrate and declare himself innocent of election tampering after the Georgia special grand jury released a redacted report that did not mention his name.

In his statement, written in the third person, Trump suggested that not being named in the report was a sign of innocence even though most names were redacted from the report released hours earlier.

“The long awaited important sections of the Georgia report, which do not even mention President Trump’s name, have nothing to do with the President because President Trump did absolutely nothing wrong,” the former president wrote.

He then insisted that Trump’s phone calls with Georgia officials after the 2020 election were “perfect.” The calls have come under scrutiny because Trump has been accused of pressuring officials to find enough votes for him to undo his election loss.

“[I]n fact, as President, it was President Trump’s Constitutional duty to ensure election safety, security, and integrity,” the statement added. “President Trump will always keep fighting for true and honest elections in America!”

“Thank you to the Special Grand Jury in the Great State of Georgia for your Patriotism & Courage. Total exoneration. The USA is very proud of you!!!” Trump added in another message on Truth Social.


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